Mark Fitzpatrick (IISS )
Can diplomacy really solve the Iranian nuclear issue?
With the implementation details having been worked out for the interim nuclear deal that Iran and the six major powers reached in late November, Irans enrichment capability is capped for the next six months and Iran is experiencing limited sanctions relief for the first time in many years. The mood is optimistic in Iran and in most other concerned countries with two notable exceptions among Irans most sceptical antagonists. Mark Fitzpatrick will offer his assessment of the interim deal and of the prospects for a comprehensive agreement being reached during the 6-month period.
|An Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies seminar|
|Date||11 March 2014|
|Time||17:15 to 19:00|
|Place||Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies|
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Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies