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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Inspired by Theodore Becker's 1991 paper, and also because of the ineffectiveness of traditional and state-oriented international relations theories in explaining new issues such as the emergence of network policy, the increasing engagement of international actors in the global arena and the growth of phenomena such as terrorism, it is necessary to develop a new model of analysis to international politics, which seems the idea of quantum theory of international politics has a high degree of applicability in this area.This paper seeks to answer the question of what ontological and epistemological features of quantum policy exist and how it can be used to explain the phenomena of International Politics? Accordingly, it is claimed that due to the emergence of new actors in international politics that are distinct from the nature of traditional actors of international relations (Nation- States), we need a new model of analysis methodology to justify the logic of action of these categories of actors. Therefore, the particle and non-derivative of some of the new phenomena of international politics may lead to a kind of inaccuracy in the analysis of this type of international politics.