The Iran Nuclear Deal and U.S.-Iran Relations with Dr. Nasser Hadian PastThursday, Sept 3, 2015 ,
The historic Iran nuclear agreement may significantly alter the balance of power in the Middle East and the U.S.’s approach to the region. While some U.S. analysts praise the deal, many key members of Congress strongly oppose it. Whereas in Iran, a majority of the public support the agreement. How was this deal reached and what does this mean for future relations between the U.S. and Iran? And what might happen if Congress is able to block the deal?
Nasser Hadian is professor of political science at the University of Tehran, where he also also served as the director of graduate studies. Previously, he was the Director of the Political Development Program at the Center for Strategic Research in Tehran. Hadian taught for three years at the Middle East Institute at Columbia University; and was a visiting scholar at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, in Washington D.C. His areas of expertise include: Iranian contemporary politics, Iran's nuclear program and political Islam. Hadian has written for Contemporary Security Policy, Political Quarterly and The Research Letter of Politics Science. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee.
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