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DC Event August 25: What next for Iran after the nuclear deal?

After last month's Iran nuclear deal, what's next for the Islamic Republic? Will the easing of sanctions bring it more into the diplomatic and international mainstream? Or will the new economic growth create a more assertive Iran that further antagonises the rest of the region? What will the domestic consequences be of Tehran's new openness to the outside world? And what, if anything, will happen to the nuclear program?

Ernest Moniz, John Kerry, Mohammad Javad Zarif, and Ali Akbar Salehi in Lausanne, 16 March 2015.
Ernest Moniz, John Kerry, Mohammad Javad Zarif, and Ali Akbar Salehi in Lausanne, 16 March 2015.

Time: Tuesday, August 25, from 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Location: Opengov Hub, 1110 Vermont Avenue NW, Suite 500, Washington DC

After last month’s Iran nuclear deal, what’s next for the Islamic Republic? Will the easing of sanctions bring it more into the diplomatic and international mainstream? Or will the new economic growth create a more assertive Iran that further antagonises the rest of the region? What will the domestic consequences be of Tehran’s new openness to the outside world? And what, if anything, will happen to the nuclear program?

Panelists: 

Ariane Tabatabai: Visiting Assistant Professor, Security Studies Program at Georgetown University

Kelsey Davenport: Director for Nonproliferation Policy, Arms Control Association

Reza Akbari: Senior Program Officer, Institute for War and Peace Reporting

Sam Cutler: Policy Advisor, Ferrari & Associates, P.C.

Moderator:

Negar Razavi: PhD candidate, University of Pennsylvania and Global Fellow, PS21

Register here, or watch the event live on our Youtube channel.

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