s the world waits for the P5+1 powers and Iran to reach a final comprehensive agreement on the future of Iran’s nuclear program, the debate continues on whether the deal will meet expectations on both sides, and whether the parties will uphold their ends of the bargain. Negotiators have cautiously expressed optimism that all parties will accomplish their objectives. Will that prove to be the case? And if so, what might come next? Iran and the United States achieved a major diplomatic breakthrough simply by opening negotiations after more than three decades of estrangement and hostility. Could a successful nuclear deal lead to cooperation on other issues where U.S. and Iranian strategic goals overlap? And how might the two countries build the strategic trust they need to broach issues on which they disagree?
The Asia Society Policy Institute is pleased to welcome Amb. Thomas Pickering, Karim Sadjadpour, and Amb. Frank Wisner to discuss the proposed deal, and to offer nuanced insights on what the deal means for the U.S.-Iran relationship and the future of regional relations.
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