Tue, 6 December 2016
The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) — the Iran deal — is perhaps the most important negotiated arrangement thus far in the 21st century. Iran’s capacity to construct a nuclear weapon has been stopped for 15 years and perhaps longer. It has not yet led to greater cooperation with Iran in the region, domestically on human rights and more democratic governance, and it has created problems for the governments of Israel, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States. Why? What are the prospects for the future for the next US president.
Hadi Ghaemi, Executive Director, International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran
Suzanne Maloney, Deputy Director, Foreign Policy Program, The Brookings Institution
Thomas Pickering, Vice Chairman of Hills & Company, former Under Secretary of State for Policy and Career Ambassador
Moderator: Greg Dobbs, former Foreign Correspondent, ABC News