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Seyed Hossein Mousavian ─ Iran and the United States: What Lies Ahead in the Trump Era

“Former diplomat and Princeton University visiting scholar Seyed Hossein Mousavian will deliver a lecture titled “Iran and United States: What Lies Ahead in the Trump Era,” as part of the Security Seminar Series. With uncertainty surrounding President-elect Donald Trump’s stance Iran-U.S. relations, Mousavian will discuss what foreign policies we might expect.” Full Video of Talk […]

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Deal Maker or Deal Shredder: Billions Ride on Trump Iran Policy

“While Trump is unlikely to tear up the deal, Congress can ‘practically undo’ it, Hossein Mousavian, a former Iranian diplomat and now a scholar at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, said at a conference in Frankfurt last week.” “Deal Maker or Deal Shredder: Billions Ride on Trump Iran Policy,” Bloomberg, […]

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Iran’s dos and don’ts under Trump

This brings about threats and opportunities for Iran, the Iranian policymaker says. “The 38-year history of the Islamic Republic shows that it has performed well in the face of threats but acted weakly in putting to use its opportunities,” Mousavian stated. “Iran’s dos and don’ts under Trump,” Iranian Diplomacy, November 13, 2016. Read More  

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Newsmaker Interview: Seyed Hossein Mousavain

A former Iranian ambassador discusses the Iran nuclear deal and Presidential politics. Seyed Hossein Mousavian is an expert on U.S.-Iran relations. Mousavian says the nuclear deal will close Iran’s pathway to a nuclear bomb, and dismisses criticisms by Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump that the agreement is a bad deal for the United States. This […]

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Who Benefits Most From a Sabotaged Iran Nuclear Deal

Beyond the personal interests of the states mentioned above, a JCPOA failure will serve to diminish the pragmatic minds in Tehran and Washington that negotiated it and bolster the voices of the more polarized camps on both sides that prefer a hostile U.S.-Iran relationship. The hardline opponents of the JCPOA in the U.S. Congress, Israel […]

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