عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study is to identify the threats of Turkey's foreign policy towards militant groups in Syria against the national security of the Islamic Republic of Iran. And following the answer to the question, what are the threats of Turkey's foreign policy towards militant groups in Syria against the military security of the Islamic Republic of Iran? The research is applied and has been done by descriptive and case study method. First, the components of Turkey's foreign policy towards the diversion groups were counted through the first documents. Then, by indexing and designing a questionnaire, Turkey's foreign policies were approved. Syria has been listed and investigated against Iran's military security. Experts in regional and military security issues are considered as a statistical population, the number of which is estimated at about 250 people and the size of the sample population is determined using the Cochran method of about 55 people. Threats of Turkey's foreign policy towards extremist groups in Syria are considered as an independent variable and Iran's military security as a dependent variable. According to the results of the analysis of documents and research questionnaire, the threats of Turkey's foreign policy towards extremist groups in Syria have been: changing the balance of regional forces to the detriment of Iran, the emergence and strengthening of anti-Iranian extremist groups, increasing ethnic threats. In Iran, increasing sectarianism in the region, increasing border threats, weakening the axis of resistance in the region, forming a pattern of conflict in the region, increasing the presence of supra-regional powers in the region, have a negative impact on the military security of the Islamic Republic of Iran.