Article Title [Persian]
The paper aims to depict the crucial role of a number of domestic factors facilitating the conclusion of Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action JCPOA in Vienna. For attaining this goal, the paper highlights the dynamics of two under-analyzed factors. These factors include the consensus being built in 2012 among the reference groups of business and security communities over the concept of security; and the emergence of policy broker coalition, which mediated between the rival policy positions over the nuclear issue. A hybrid conceptual model and a mixed of quantitative and qualitative research methods are used to substantiate the paper’s argument.