Iran

Related News

Link to:Ford School faculty’s national security expertise featured in The Hill
Jan 15, 2020
The Hill recently featured Ford School faculty expertise on domestic and international security and counterterrorism.[...]
Link to:Javed Ali speaks with CBS News about Iran relations
Jul 25, 2019
Early this week Iran said it had detained 17 suspected CIA spies, declaring they would be sentenced to death. The U.S.[...]
Link to:Ali authors warning of Iran's asymmetric threat capabilities
Jun 28, 2019
With tensions on the rise between the United States and Iran, experts predict that the period of conflict will not have[...]
Link to:William G. Rich says U.S. sanctions on Iran should have banks investing in cybersecurity
Nov 07, 2018
With the imminent threat of re-imposing sanctions on Iran, Ford School alumnus William G. Rich (MPP '09) says U.S.[...]
Link to:Raimi asks if
Jun 28, 2017
In a new Conversation piece, “Is ‘energy dominance’ the right goal for U.S. policy?,” Daniel Raimi explores a[...]

Videos

Related Past Events

Nov
21
Conversations Across Difference
Weiser Diplomacy Center Series
The Weiser Diplomacy Center is partnering with the American Academy of Diplomacy to bring seasoned U.S. diplomats to Ford School and discuss the U.S., Iran and Security in Persian Gulf.
2019 - 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Sep
02
A presentation and Q&A on the Iran deal featuring two White House officials, including one of the Administration's negotiators. From the speakers: This presentation will lay out the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action negotiated between six major world powers and Iran after nearly two years of highly technical and painstaking sessions. Presenters include Paul Irwin, one of the negotiators, who will detail what the deal does and how it addresses international concerns about Iran's nuclear program, and Matt Nosanchuk, Associate Director for Public Engagement and Liaison to the American Jewish Community and on International Issues, and a native Detroiter.
2015 - 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Oct
10
Nuclear power is the primary carbon-free energy source technically capable of meeting the world's electricity needs. But current reactors use and generate special nuclear material that can be used for making nuclear weapons. Is it possible to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons and simultaneously develop peaceful nuclear power technologies? At the Nuclear Nonproliferation Policy Panel Discussion, experts will describe and integrate technical and policy aspects of the nuclear power and nuclear nonproliferation problem.
2013 - 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm