July 21, 2015

Iran Negotiations

The international community is currently negotiating a deal with Iran on its nuclear program. Under a potential deal, Iran would put significant limitations on its nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief from the international community. But the detail and effects of any potential agreement are far from simple. Iran’s regional rivals, who are core U.S. partners in the Middle East, are deeply concerned about how a deal will change regional power dynamics. There are also questions about economic competition, particularly in energy markets in the aftermath of a nuclear deal. And there are many questions about how the United States and the European Union would be able to re-impose their punishing economic sanctions in the event that Iran does not adhere to a deal.

To address these questions, the Center for a New American Security and the Center on Law and Security at NYU School of Law convened a high level forum of Middle East and sanctions experts to discuss Iran and the future of regional security and economics.  

Center for New American Progress

The Center on Law and Security


Introductory Remarks

Keynote

Michèle Flournoy

Michèle Flournoy

Jon Wolfsthal

Jon Wolfsthal

Panel 1

Melissa Dalton

Melissa Dalton

Ilan Goldenberg

Ilan Goldenberg

David Makovsky

David Makovsky

Dr. Suzanne Maloney

Dr. Suzanne Maloney

Panel 2

Zachary Goldman

Zachary Goldman

Elizabeth Rosenberg

Elizabeth Rosenberg

Caroline Hurndall

Caroline Hurndall

Sean Thorton

Sean Thorton

Colin McGinnis

Colin McGinnis

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