The Iran Deal: What's Next
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security
Nonresident Senior Fellow, South Asia Center
Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent
Wall Street Journal
After twenty months of negotiations, US, European, and Iranian leaders announced early this morning that a deal had been reached over Iran's nuclear program. The new deal will restrict the amount of nuclear fuel that Iran can stockpile over the next fifteen years, requires Iran to reduce its current stockpile of low enriched uranium by 98 percent, and reduces the number of centrifuges spinning at Iran's primary enrichment center.
While the details of the deal have finally been made public, many questions remain about the implications of the deal for other areas of US-Iran relations, for the geopolitics of the Middle East, and for US national security.
Please join us for an exclusive conversation about the implications of the deal tomorrow, Wednesday, July 15 at 11:30 a.m. EST with Matthew Kroenig, Brent Scowcoft Center Nonresident Senior Fellow and the author of The Iranian Nuclear Threat: Choices and Consequences (2014), and Barbara Slavin , South Asia Center Nonresident Senior Fellow and the author of Bitter Friends, Bosom Enemies: Iran, the US and the Twisted Path to Confrontation (2007).
Jay Solomon, Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent for the Wall Street Journal and a member of the press corps who traveled to Vienna to cover the negotiations, will serve as the moderator.
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
11:30 a.m. EST