Iran's Nuclear Program Symposium

A three-part symposium on Iran's current nuclear status, why Iran wants to develop its nuclear program, what the United States should do in response to Iran developing a nuclear program, and Iran's likely responses to each policy option.

Summary Report of Sessions 1-3: Downloadable PDF

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Symposium ⁄ New York

Iran's Nuclear Program Symposium: Iran's Nuclear Development and Production: A Status Report

Speakers:

Charles D. Ferguson, Fellow for Science & Technology, Council on Foreign Relations, Mark Fitzpatrick, Senior Fellow for Nonproliferation, International Institute for Strategic Studies; Former Deputy Assistant Secretary Of State for Nonproliferation, Daniel Poneman, Senior Fellow, Forum for International Policy; Former Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Nonproliferation and Export Controls, National Security Council

Presider:

Carla Anne Robbins, Chief Diplomatic Correspondent, Wall Street Journal
April 5, 2006

This meeting is on the record.

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Symposium ⁄ New York

Iran's Nuclear Program Symposium: Iran's Motives and Strategy

Speakers:

Patrick Clawson, Deputy Director for Research, Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Mahmood Sariolghalam, Professor of International Relations, School Of Economics and Political Science, National University of Iran, Karim Sadjadpour, International Crisis Group

Presider:

Deborah Amos, National Public Radio
April 5, 2006

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Symposium ⁄ New York

Iran's Nuclear Program Symposium: Policy Options for the United States

Speakers:

Reuel Gerecht, Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute, Kenneth M. Pollack, Director of Research, Saban Center for Middle East Policy, Brookings Institution

Presider:

Richard N. Haass, President, Council on Foreign Relations
April 5, 2006

This meeting is on the record.

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