عنوان مقاله [English]
Peacemaking has been a concern of all human societies. If the Clausewitz’s approach to war is set aside in international relations attitudes, one can claim that all intellectual approaches in academic, diplomatic and international attitudes to management of global system are looking for peacemaking. The dominant international problem-solving theories wants peace on the basis of their approaches, but by preserving the status quo of the structure in the geometry of global order. But critical theories, with different approaches, want to build a new world based on their own discursive dialectics. For instance, Marxist theories focus on class conflict, the feminist approaches are concerned about gender. The discourse of the Islamic Revolution of Iran has offered a new discourse in approach to peacebuilding, stemming from Islamic intellectual approaches. In this approach, and based on the specific Islamic epistemology, cosmology and anthropology, a new window is opened to a world free from violence. In fact, the Islamic Revolution of Iran has a critical theory for building this world a better place, considering the current world order and international system as unjust. Since all revolutionary theories are almost prescriptive. The peacemaking theory of the Islamic Revolution too has its specific prescriptions. The present research is an attempt in metatheory of Islamic Revolution in the international system and finally the prescriptions of this intellectual approach are described in this study. Islam considers the international system an arena of continuous struggle between good and evil, oppression and justice, arrogance and disinterestedness. But at the same time it maintains that finally man’s will can make the world a better place to live. A world based on sublime human values and cooperation among human beings based on common nature of all human beings in order to achieve that goal.