Special Report: Does Iran’s Nuclear Program Matter?
In this special report, Lise Falskow, CEO of the the Alaska World Affairs Council discusses Iran and its nuclear program with Iranian expert Farideh Farhi.
Farhi is an independent scholar and affiliate graduate faculty member of political science at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. Her publications include ‘States and Urban-Based Revolutions in Iran and Nicaragua’.
She lived and worked in Iran for most of the 1990s and writes frequently about Iranian politics and foreign policy.
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About Alaska World Affairs Council
The Alaska World Affairs Council is a focused educational organization dedicated to stimulating interest in world affairs and inspiring its members to be involved in world events. The council was founded in 1958 by the late Evangeline Atwood with the conviction that better community education in world affairs is necessary for sound democratic citizenship. The Council does not take a stand on current-day issues but rather provides the population a wide spectrum of viewpoints and background information through its diverse range of programs and activities.