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Hot Topics Call on the Iran Nuclear Deal

The Iran Nuclear Deal: 
Separating Fact From Fiction

Featuring: Reza Marashi, Research Director at the National Iranian America n Council
Moderated by: Ambassador Mark Johnson

Monday, August 31, at 2:30 PM ET

Reza Marashi is the first Research Director at the National Iranian American Council. He has worked in the Office of Iranian Affairs at the U.S. Department of State and the Institute for National Strategic Studies (INSS). Marashi is frequently consulted by Western governments on Iran-related matters. His articles have appeared in The New York Times, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, among other publications.  Full Bio

Ambassador Mark Johnson was a career foreign service officer, serving as Ambassador to Senegal, Deputy Inspector General of the State Department, Deputy Chief of Mission in Kuwait in 1991, and as Deputy Chief of Mission in Cairo, Egypt. He was the first American diplomat to return to the U.S. Embassy in Kuwait City after it was liberated in the Desert Storm campaign. He also was involved with the Middle East peace process and the Iranian hostage crisis. Mark is the former national Vice Chair of the World Affairs Councils of America and is the Founder of the World Affairs Council of Montana. He is a Mansfield Adjunct Professor at the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center at the University of Montana.

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