Dr. Ghazwan Jabbar Mohammed Hussein – University of Mustansiriya / Faculty of Arts – Department of Media
Translated by: By Lobna Abdalla – The American University Cairo
Democratic Arab Center
Journal of Afro-Asian Studies : Fourth Issue – January 2020
A Periodical International Journal published by the “Democratic Arab Center” Germany – Berlin. The journal deals with the field of Afro-Asian strategic, political and economic studies
The last two years have witnessed political debates over Iran’s nuclear file, and the rhetoric between US and Iranian leaders has increased since Donald Trump took power. Political rhetoric has increased in public opinion with the rapid development of communication and communication to the extent that the public From viewing the events of the policy, without waiting for the politicians to disclose it through the media and audio in the news bulletins and newsletters, as the platforms of social communication more used by politicians who fire their speeches across the sites Who set up advisers behind the scenes, and the most prominent of those personal sites Twitter, which devoted many of the media areas of print and electronic pages and hours of broadcast to analyze the letters of politicians published by Twitter. Most politicians have official accounts on Twitter or other websites, sending messages of reassurance, threat, or intimidation during political crises or before taking action against any of the other countries. It is easy to reach as many people as possible through sites This communication, as well as other traditional media, which in turn addresses those statements and speeches that are published through social networking sites and translated according to the language of the media and analyzed and host specialists to comment on them. Politicians use the quickest means to deliver their speeches to the public; the public seeks to learn about the latest developments in the political arena, including the speeches of political leaders, because of its importance to the public. These speeches have become a concern of public opinion and are expected by the public in times of peace Crises and wars, because of the fateful decisions that determine what will happen between the different countries of the world, they constitute an important aspect in the war of forgetfulness that precedes or even replaces actual wars, to win public opinion before making decisions fateful.
The importance of public opinion in foreign policy has crystallized since the middle of the twentieth century, and public opinion began to be affected by the crises and wars of the 21st century. It was clear after September 11, 2001, attacks in the United States. The leaders of the United States And the leaders of the world’s political discourse, which is involved in the preparation of professional advisers, and focuses the US political discourse at the current stage on key issues, including preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons at any price, which we will consider in this research, which consists of three axes, The third deals with the role of political discourse in promoting psychological warfare; the third examines the state of the political speeches of Tramb and Rouhani and Zarif responses via Twitter, which were reported by the Arab and international media on Iran’s nuclear file and concluded with American sanctions. On Iran, after a series of fiery political speeches between the two leaders, followed by other statements that worsened the situation, despite the belief among many that the relations between America and Iran can not reach the extent reached, and that the difference of views between Only a formality, while a different view was expected to go even further, and that there would be a direct military war, but if it happened, it was limited to US military operations targeted at Iran’s fugitives, according to America, and confined to a psychological war that seemed clear In the speeches of US President Donald Trump and the psychological warfare in the responses of his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rowhani, as well as the responses of Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Jawad Zarif.