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Virtual Event | Iran Nuclear Negotiations: Will a Revived Deal Undermine American Interests?
The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action meeting held to discuss the full implementation of the Iran nuclear deal and the return of the United States to the deal in Vienna, Austria, on April 15, 2021. (Getty Images)
The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action meeting held to discuss the full implementation of the Iran nuclear deal and the return of the United States to the deal in Vienna, Austria, on April 15, 2021. (Getty Images)

Virtual Event | Iran Nuclear Negotiations: Will a Revived Deal Undermine American Interests?

This event will premiere on this page at 12:00 p.m. EST, Monday, January 31. Register for the event here.

Reports from Vienna suggest that negotiators are nearing a renewed nuclear deal with Iran, which would require the United States and its European partners to reach an agreement with Iran, Russia, and China at a time when all three countries appear emboldened to act aggressively and undermine global security. Given this reality, is there any hope that a revived nuclear deal will serve America’s interests? Join Hudson Institute for a discussion on this pressing issue with Hudson President and CEO John Walters, Senior Fellows Michael Doran and Jonathan Schachter, and Visiting Fellow Mohammed Khalid Alyahya.

Speakers

Mohammed Khalid Alyahya

Visiting Fellow, Hudson Institute

Jonathan Schachter

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Michael Doran

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Moderator

John P. Walters

President and CEO, Hudson Institute

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