The Iran Project regularly sponsors public programs around the country. An archive of our most recent public programs, including videos of our panel discussions, interviews etc. is included here.
► Success or Failure in Iran Nuclear Talks?
Mortara Center for International Studies, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service | January 14
Amb. William H. Luers, Paul Pillar, and Robin Wright of The Iran Project discuss the current status of negotiations with Iran and the prospects for their success.
► Iraq, and the Greater Middle East
Cornell High School & the WAC Pittsburgh | September 9
Dr. Jessica Tuchman Matthews and Dr. Steven Sokol, President of the WAC Pittsburgh, hold a panel discussion at Cornell High School. They answer student questions on U.S. strategy in the Greater Middle East.
► U.S. Iran Relations Update: Two Points of View
World Affairs Council of Philadelphia | April 16
Ambassador Thomas Pickering and Dr. Michael Rubin discuss varying opinions regarding the election of President Rouhani and the implications for U.S.-Iran relations, as well as our strategic options in reaching a comprehensive nuclear agreement.
► Meeting with Rouhani: US-Iran Relations and the Nuclear Issue
World Denver | Jan.14.2014
Ambassador Thomas Pickering and Dr. Jim Walsh discuss the interim nuclear deal and the possibility of an era of new engagement with Iran.
► Nuclear Negotiations with Iran: Unpacking the Geneva Talks and Implications for US Policy
Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War & Peace Studies | Dec.4.2013
Dr. Jessica Matthews, Dr. Gary Sick, and Ambassador William Luers explain the terms of the interim deal with Iran.
► The Iran Project
Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University | Nov.14.2013
Ambassador Daniel Kurtzer and Ambassador William H. Luers discuss diplomatic efforts and possible negotiations between Iran and the U.S.
► Is War With Iran Inevitable?
The Chicago Council on World Affairs | Oct.24.2012
Ambassador Thomas R. Pickering, Dr. Jim Walsh, and General Anthony Zinni, discuss options for a peaceful resolution to the nuclear talks, perspective on military debate, and political considerations leading up to the U.S. presidential election.