Can the Iran Nuclear Deal Survive a Trump Presidency?

President-elect Trump and the 115th Congress will face important decisions on Iran policy this year, including on whether to sustain the Iran nuclear accord and on how to approach conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Yemen. While there is an opportunity to build on the diplomatic opening from the Iran nuclear deal to address common interests, a return to a wholly confrontational approach could jeopardize constraints on Iran’s nuclear program and destabilize regional security.

Join us for an expert briefing at noon on Thursday, January 12 on the opportunities and risks facing the Trump administration and 115th Congress on Iran policy.

Rayburn 2168
Thursday, January 12
12:00 – 1:00 PM
Space is limited, RSVP Required
Lunch will be served

Julian Borger
World Affairs Editor, The Guardian (moderator)

Tyler Cullis
Legal Fellow, National Iranian American Council

Paul Pillar
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution and Nonresident Senior Fellow, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University

Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini
Co-Founder and Executive Director, International Civil Society Action Network

Reza Marashi
Research Director, National Iranian American Council

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