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Virtual Event | Reassessing America’s Middle East Policy
Ballistic missiles displayed at Imam Khomeini Mosalla in Tehran, Iran on January 07, 2022. (Getty Images)
Ballistic missiles displayed at Imam Khomeini Mosalla in Tehran, Iran on January 07, 2022. (Getty Images)

Virtual Event | Reassessing America’s Middle East Policy

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The pause in negotiations to revive the Iran nuclear deal offers an opportunity to reassess America’s strategy in the Middle East. With our Gulf partners turning toward Beijing, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine unsettling the region’s major actors, and a freshly empowered Iran on the horizon, it is high time to examine U.S. assumptions, goals and policies regarding our allies and adversaries. How does the war in Ukraine impact the Middle East? How has American policy, toward Iran especially, influenced the region’s major players? Join us for this timely discussion.

Recorded on March 17, 2022.

Speakers

Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Yaakov Amidror

Anne and Greg Rosshandler Senior Fellow, Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security, Distinguished Fellow, JINSA Gemunder Center for Defense & Strategy, Former National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister of Israel

Michael Doran

Senior Fellow and Director of Center for Peace and Security in the Middle East, Hudson Institute

Jonathan Schachter

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Moderator

Peter Rough

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

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