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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Because of unique features during its historical transition the Persian Gulf region as a part of the international system scope has been an important and problematic area. However, because of development in industry and increasing need of the industrial world to oil, the Persian Gulf was gradually converted to a geo-strategic unit subjected to international system and has been regarded as a sub-system.
Meanwhile, the increased regional power of the Islamic Republic of Iran as a peripheral player in the Persian Gulf sub-system has caused the reactions of central part of this system especially Saudi Arabia. According to cybernetics theory all system structures that are formed by especial attention of agents are in service of two main structures called controller and controlled structures and by getting adaptive patterns of behavior and support of intervention power. Saudi Arabia as controller seeks to encounter the Islamic Republic of Iran's role-finding in order to maintain current order in the Persian Gulf.
The main argument of this paper is that Saudi Arabia's patterns of behavior against the Islamic Republic of Iran's role-finding in the Persian Gulf region has led to making adaptive decisions with international system and dependency on gaining the intervention power support. It addresses this question that "what are Saudi Arabia patterns of behavior against the Islamic Republic of Iran's role-finding? The paper discuses the way of patterns of behavior formation and the role of intervention power in the Persian Gulf sub-system.