Emile Bustani Middle East Seminar: "Which Way for U.S.-Iran Relations under Trump -- and within the Middle East Cauldron?"
Tuesday, Feb 21, 2017
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
One of the most vexing foreign policy issues during the Obama administration, the U.S.-Iran relations is likely to occupy a critical place on President Trump's foreign policy agenda. Aside from its stance on the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, against which Mr. Trump campaigned relentlessly, any major policy change toward Iran by the new administration, whether hostile or moderating, would have far-reaching ramifications for U.S.'s relations with Russia, Israel, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States, and Turkey, as well as for the ongoing conflicts in Syria, Iraq, and Yemen. The lecture will explore the likelihood and potential regional consequences of a major turn in U.S.-Iran relations under President Trump. Ali Banuazizi is Professor of Political Science at Boston College and Director of the Program in Islamic Civilization & Societies.
Prof. Ali Banuazizi
Center for International Studies
Center for International Studies, Radius/T&C
Dain Goding, 617-252-1888
humanities/social sciences, global/international, politics/public policy