Over the past several years, Iran’s nuclear program has taken center stage on the foreign policy agenda of the West. Yet, despite years of frenzied diplomacy and widening international sanctions, the crisis with Iran continues to build.
How far is Iran from a nuclear bomb? What can we expect from Israel? And what role does Russia play in either defusing or perpetuating the current crisis?
92 Y: Russia, Israel, and the Crisis Over Iran’s Nuclear Threat – Tickets at 20% Off
- Sunday, January 27, 7:30 PM
- 92 Street Y, Buttenwieser Hall
- Ilan I. Berman is the vice president of the American Foreign Policy Council in Washington, DC and an expert on regional security in the Middle East, Central Asia and the Russian Federation.
- Matthew Rojansky is the deputy director of the Russia and Eurasia Program at the Carnegie Endowment. An expert on U.S. and Russian national security and nuclear weapons policies, his work focuses on relations among the United States, NATO and the states of the former Soviet Union. Additionally, he is responsible for Carnegie’s Ukraine Program and analysis of politics and security in Eastern Europe, including Belarus and Moldova.
- Yaakov Katz is the military correspondent and defense analyst for The Jerusalem Post and the Israel correspondent for Jane’s Defence Weekly, the international military magazine.
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