The eighth and final installment of the Edgerton Series on Iran and Turkey, featuring a discussion on the future of U.S.-Iran relations.
The United States' withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (the Iran nuclear deal) has darkened prospects for the U.S.-Iran relationship. The reinstatement of U.S. sanctions, “the toughest sanctions regime ever imposed,” according to the White House, has not only damaged Iran’s economy but has swept up U.S. and European businesses eager to capitalize on a new market for their goods. Join the Pacific Council as we explore an Iranian perspective on the U.S. withdrawal and reinstatement of sanctions.
What do the future of U.S.-Iran relations look like?
Please note: The identity of this event's speaker is being withheld at their request. This event is off the record.
The Edgerton Series on Iran and Turkey aims to provide proactive and forward-looking solutions to some of the most complex local, regional, and global issues facing both countries today, through regular engagement in debates and discussions with the foremost experts in Turkish and Iranian affairs. The Edgerton Series is made possible by generous support from the Edgerton Foundation. We thank Dr. Bradford and Ms. Louise Edgerton for their continued support of and dedication to the Pacific Council.
Antonella Caruso, Political Analyst on the Middle East and North Africa, RAND Corporation
Antonella Caruso is a political analyst on the Middle East and North Africa at the RAND Corporation. She previously worked as the director of the UN's Middle East and West Asia Division. Read more.