The World Affairs Council luncheon program “Iran: A Rising Middle East Power- Its Role, Ambitions, and Vulnerabilities” was held at Maggiano’s Little Italy restaurant.
Jerrold Green, author of the book Understanding Iran, talks about the evolution of the the U.S. relationship with Iran, and the history of politics and foreign relations in the country. Paul Jabber, author of Not by War Alone: Security and Arms Control in the Middle East, made introductory remarks. The question and answer session with the audience included remarks by former Representative Shelley Berkeley (D-NV), who sat on the House Foreign Affairs Mideast Subcommittee and co-sponsored Iranian sanctions bills.
The World Affairs Council luncheon program “Iran: A Rising Middle East Power- Its Role, Ambitions, and Vulnerabilities” was held at Maggiano’s Little Italy restaurant. close
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- Shelley Berkley U.S. Representative (Former) [D] Nevada
Jerrold D. Green President and CEO Pacific Council on International Policy
Paul Jabber Managing Member Las Vegas
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