92Y’s panel discussion will address the threat of a nuclear Iran, interspersed with clips from the documentary Iranium, which includes rarely before seen footage of Iranian leaders, and interviews with leading politicians, Iranian dissidents and experts on Middle East policy, terrorism and nuclear proliferation.
The film and the panelists will address how the threat of a nuclear Iran affects America and the world. How dangerous is a nuclear Iran, even if it never detonates a weapon? What are the guiding principles of the Iranian leadership and to what lengths would the regime go to carry out its agenda? How far have Iran’s leaders already gone to fund terrorist organizations? And why have American leaders failed to gain the upper hand in relations with Iran during the past 30 years?
Introducing the panel is Richard Green, executive director of the Clarion Fund, the nonprofit organization that produced and distributed Iranium, as well as other documentary films on threats to international security. Moderator Alex Traiman, the director of Iranium and a journalist covering the Middle East talks with Richard Perle, resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and former chairman of the Defense Policy Board during the Bush administration, and Nazie Eftekhari, who works with the Iran Democratic Union, an organization that is committed to a free and secular Iran that honors the individual rights of all its citizens, about the threat of a nuclear Iran, interspersed with clips from the film Iranium.
The discussion will be followed by an opportunity for audience members to submit questions for the panelists.
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Richard Perle is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and served as chairman of the Defense Policy Board during the Bush administration.
Alex Traiman is the director of Iranium and a professional journalist covering breaking events and analysis in the Middle East.
Richard Green is the executive director of the Clarion Fund, the nonprofit organization that produced and distributed Iranium as well as other documentary films on threats to international security.
Nazie Eftekhari is the director for the Iran Democratic Union.
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