Iran's Presidential Election
Panelists talked about the politics surrounding Iran’s presidential election, scheduled for June 14, 2013, in which two candidates… read more
Panelists talked about the politics surrounding Iran’s presidential election, scheduled for June 14, 2013, in which two candidates had already been disqualified. Among the topics they covered were the approach the U.S. should take to the election results, Iran’s nuclear program, and Iran’s record on human rights issues. They also answered questions from audience members.
One of the participants, John Limbert, was among the captives in the Iranian hostage crisis and depicted in the movie Argo.
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People in this video
- Nazila Fathi Correspondent (Former) New York Times
- John W. Limbert Distinguished Professor U.S. Naval Academy->International Affairs
- Stephen McInerney Executive Director Project on Middle East Democracy
- Mariam Memarsadeghi Founder and Director Tavaana.org
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