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Great Decision Series: Iran

Events | Great Decisions

Suspicion and a troubled history have blighted U.S.-Iranian relations for three decades. How can the United States and Iran move forward? Is the existence of Iran’s nuclear program an insurmountable obstacle?

The Council’s popular Great Decisions Lecture Series returns January 18 and continues on consecutive Fridays through March 8, in conjunction with the International Colloquium at Portland State University. This annual lecture series features a wealth of perspective and opinion from diplomats, policy experts, academics, and foreign service professionals—we hope you’ll join us for another year of great conversation around pressing international issues.

We’re pleased to be able to make this exciting 8-week lecture program open and free to the community at large.  No registration required.

 

Video Files

Great Decisions
Fri, 02/01/2013

Great Decisions 2013: Iran (February 1) - Hussein Banai

Suspicion and a troubled history have blighted U.S.-Iranian relations for three decades. How can the United States and Iran move forward? Is the existence of Iran’s nuclear program an insurmountable obstacle? Speaker: Hussein Banai, Occidental College Watch Video ››



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