Tehran's Bomb Challenge: Crossroads, Roadblocks, and Roadmaps to Rapprochement?
In light of the growing debate over the Geneva deal with Iran as illustrated by the Senate’s move toward a new sanctions bill, a panel of experts will provide a timely assessment on issues such as the nuclear “red line” status, options for future trade-offs negotiations, and short and long term regional and global strategic implications.
The discussion takes place Thursday, Dec. 5, at noon, at the Potomac Institute.
The Keynote Speaker is The Honorable Bijan R. Kian, the highest ranking Iranian-American to serve two U.S. presidents. He also held other senior government positions. In addition, he had a distinguished career in both business and academia. Currently, he is a senior fellow, Naval Postgraduate School.
- Ambassador Noam Katz, Former Ambassador of Israel to Nigeria, Ghana, and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). Currently, Minister of Public Diplomacy at the Embassy of Israel in Washington, D.C.
- Dr. Anthony Fainberg, A physicist; former FAA Director of Office of Policy and Planning for Aviation Security and currently consultant for the Institute for Defense Analyses.
- Alan Makovsky, Former senior staff member Foreign Relations Committee, U.S. Congress and a specialist on Middle East Affairs.