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Volume 2 (2022)
Volume 1 (2021)
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Journal of Law and Political Studies           

J. Law Political Stud.     

DOI Prefix assigned for Sami Publishing Company (mEDRA): 10.48309

DOI: 10.48309/JLPS

Journal of Law and Political Studies was launched in 2021 by Sami Publishing Company (SPC). This double blind peer-reviewed a aim to provide a platform for researchers around the world to share their latest findings in all field of Law and Plotical Studies. The journal is Open Access and all articles published in this journal are freely available for readers online at without a subscription and authors retain the copyright of their work.

J. Law Political Stud.  is published Quarterly (online and print).

Please read the authors' guide carefully before submitting the article, Authors must also receive and carefully complete the "Title Page", "Copyright Form" and "Conflict of Interest Form" and  Upload the original file of the manuscript in the journal system.

The average time between submission and final decision is four weeks and the average time between acceptance and publication is two weeks.

Journal language: Persian (with English abstract) and English (with persian abstract)

 Journal of Law and Political Studies is supported by:

  1. Ministry of Science, Research and Technology  (New)
  2. Sami Publishing Company (SPC)
Original Article International Relations
Evaluation of Economic Diplomacy of the United Arab Emirates in the Middleeast (Casestudy: Qatar)

Parham Pourramezan

Volume 3, Issue 4 , December 2023, Pages 242-253

  ​With the beginning of the process of globalization in the West Asian region, from 2004 onwards, the United Arab Emirates changed its foreign policy to get out of isolation. This change was based on fundamental principles such as attention to development, economy and attention to neighbors in the matter ...  Read More

Original Article Criminal Law and Criminology
Legitimacy of the Principle of Universal Jurisdiction as One of the Principles of Extraterritorial Criminal Jurisdiction

Ismail Qamari; Hoda Ghamari

Volume 3, Issue 4 , December 2023, Pages 254-265

  The principle of universal jurisdiction is a powerful tool in the service of international criminal justice. The principle of universal jurisdiction, under which states have the right and sometimes the obligation to prosecute and punish perpetrators of international crimes regardless of the place of ...  Read More

Original Article Administrative Law
Gender Discrimination Against Women in Iran's Administrative and Political Laws According to The Constitution

Mohammadjavad Javid; Omid Norouzi; Tahereh Farmanesh

Volume 3, Issue 4 , December 2023, Pages 266-275

  The content of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran can be considered based on two types of gender discrimination against women, which can be analyzed in two ways: positive and negative. Women have the same rights as men in the field of administrative and labor law, and it is emphasized in ...  Read More

Original Article Jurisprudence and Private Law
Examining the Relationship between the Termination Clause and the Sale Cause in Islamic Jurisprudence and French Law

Fereshte Ebrahimabadi; Ali Taghi Khani; Tahereh Farmanesh

Volume 3, Issue 4 , December 2023, Pages 276-290

  The dissolution of contracts has many reasons. Some of the reasons for dissolution of contracts in Iranian and French law cause the termination of the transaction. Sale is a condition and condition is rescinded. In French law, the condition of rescission is similar to the option of a condition. It has ...  Read More

Original Article International Rights
The Basics of Determining the Jurisdiction of the Courts in Dealing with Crimes Committed in Space Tourist Trips

Marzieh Karami

Volume 3, Issue 4 , December 2023, Pages 291-317

  Before September 2018, many people in the world did not think that the day would come when whispers of crime echoed in the atmosphere beyond the atmosphere and the judicial process, the jurisdiction of national and international courts and the type of crime would become a challenge for lawyers and astronauts. ...  Read More

Original Article International Rights
Examining the Concept of Environmental Security and Its Challenges With a Case Study in Iranian and International Law

Tahereh Farmanesh; Omid Norouzi; Ali Taghikhani; Ebrahim Moghadam

Volume 3, Issue 4 , December 2023, Pages 318-329

  Today, the centrality of military security is interwoven with biological and climate issues at the national and international levels, and more than ever, these aspects have received the attention of world leaders and politicians. In this direction and in order to investigate the major environmental issues ...  Read More

Jurisprudence and the Essentials of Islamic Law
Having Children from the Perspective of the Qur'an and the Imams of the Ahl Al-Bayt

Batul Mohammadi

Volume 2, Issue 4 , December 2022, , Pages 298-306

  Purpose: The issue of having children and paying attention to the generation has been one of the most important aspects of human life, and for this reason, God has institutionalized the desire and love for children in his nature, and in all divine religions, he has encouraged man to have children according ...  Read More

Criminal Law and Criminology
Jurisprudential Legal Study of Participation in Murder

Atiyeh Vojdani Fakhr; Mohammad Reza Elahi Manesh

Volume 1, Issue 3 , September 2021, , Pages 190-207

  Background: Sometimes the involvement of several people in an operation leads to killing someone else. Anyone who can be charged with murder is a murderer, thus whenever the act of murder is documented to more than one person, a joint sentence can be issued between them. There are differences among the ...  Read More

Criminal Law and Criminology
Criminal Liability for Abetting and Prosecuting a Crime

Sajjad Momeni

Volume 2, Issue 1 , March 2022, , Pages 85-93

  The present article is an attempt to provide a comprehensive criminal approach to the relationship between causality, criteria analysis, and challenges of this pillar of criminal responsibility in the light of judicial rulings and criminal law, and more particularly the novel Islamic Penal Code. Assuming ...  Read More

Private Law
Non-Resignation of the Lawyer from the Power of Attorney During the Necessary Contract

Asad Mahdavi Rad; Ahmad Khosravi

Volume 2, Issue 2 , June 2022, , Pages 109-121

  The power of attorney contract is an award contract and depending on the duties, the contract of the deceased is terminated or terminated. One of the ways to terminate the power of attorney contract is for the client to dismiss the lawyer from performing the power of attorney case. Individuals in their ...  Read More

Criminal Law and Criminology
Investigation of Border Theft in Islamic Penal Code of 1392 and Its Application to Jurisprudential Texts

Seyyed Mohammad Hosseini

Volume 1, Issue 4 , December 2021, , Pages 270-287

  In Imami jurisprudence and Islamic Penal Code, the theft issue has been introduced as one of the crimes against human property and ownership: a) Theft which is comprehensive of the penance condition and is referred to as the penance theft; in this case, the thief is sentenced to theft. b) Robbery committed ...  Read More

Original Article Public Rights
Fundamentals and mechanism of delegation of authority in Afghanistan's laws

Noor Ahmad Mohammadi; Mohammad Wase Siddiqi; Abdul Hamid Ayaan; Zabihullah Zahid

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 26 January 2024

  The concerning issue of the research is the delegation authority and methodology of delegation of authority according to the law of Afghanistan. It has not been clearly stated that how can a manager delegate the authority within a field and how to process it. But actually here in Afghanistan it is not ...  Read More

Original Article Political Science
Evaluating the environmental policies of the countries of the Persian gulf cooperation council in the light of the theory of environmental security, lessons for Iran

Parham Pourramezan

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 26 January 2024

  With the end of the Cold War and the formation of new concepts in the attitude of the state-nations to the field of international relations, in an evaluative view, it can be said that environmental issues are considered as an element that promotes foreign policy, due to this, the environment in the minds ...  Read More

Original Article Administrative Law
Acquaintance with the special authorities of administrative proceedings

Seyyed Mohsen Razavi Asl

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 29 March 2024

  Although the provisions of "administrative procedure" were originally derived from civil procedure, but due to the special characteristics of administrative lawsuits, the procedure in administrative courts in countries with written rights has gradually moved towards a relative independence and can be ...  Read More

Original Article Jurisprudence and the Essentials of Islamic Law
A new reflection on the violation of citizens' rights and the civil responsibility of law enforcement officers with a look at Imami jurisprudence

mahdi sajadikia; abolghasem ghorbani; mohamadjavad mohamadi moghadam

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 May 2024

  Citizenship rights, culture and justice are among the concepts that are interrelated in a conceptual network. These three concepts state that everyone is responsible for their work and action, and this responsibility may be criminal or civil. Civil responsibility, as a general and comprehensive rule, ...  Read More

Original Article Private Law
The Role of "Confidentiality" in the Implementation of International Agreements Resulting from Mediation with an Emphasis on the Singapore Convention

Kamel Hamid; Ali Rostami Far; Hamid Ghasemi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 May 2024

  In resolving disputes through mediation, the main role of the mediator is to act as an impartial third party and to create a safe space for open and effective dialogue between the parties in order to resolve disputes. Such a method requires that the content of these conversations remain confidential ...  Read More

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