TIME: 13:00 – 14:00, 13th July 2017
VENUE: Westminster TBC
SPEAKER: Timothy Stafford, Research Director, The Henry Jackson Society
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The Iranian Nuclear Agreement led to high hopes that Iran’s diplomatic isolation could be brought to an end, and that instability in the Middle East could be lessened. Though there is broad consensus that Iran is in compliance with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), economic interaction between the West and Iran has been limited, and Iran has become more assertive in the Middle East.
The Henry Jackson society is delighted to welcome you to a discussion with Timothy Stafford, our Director of Research. Mr Stafford will consider the prospects for the long-term success of the Iranian nuclear deal, address growing opposition to the agreement in Washington, and outline some of the considerations that UK decision-makers may need to address in future.
Timothy Stafford is Director of Research at the Henry Jackson Society. He previously held research posts with the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in London and Pacific Forum–CSIS in Honolulu, Hawai’i, in addition to working in the Parliamentary offices of Theresa May and Sir Malcolm Rifkind. He holds an undergraduate degree in history and politics from the University of Oxford, and a master’s degree in Security Studies from Georgetown University in Washington, DC.