Farideh Farhi is an independent scholar and expert on Iranian politics and comparative revolutions. Currently, she is a graduate faculty member in the political science department at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. An engaging and informed speaker, Farhi be speaking to the Alaska World Affairs Council on November 16th, and she is not to be missed.
we prepare to elect the next President of the United States, foreign
policy has moved to the forefront of the national discourse. One of the
many questions we must consider is how the next president will confront
the issue of Iran's nuclear policy, as Iran's actions will inevitably
affect our own nuclear and foreign policy decisions. To make things more
complicated, understanding Iran's policies is difficult, particularly
because at its heart is a " basic contradiction … seeking to be a
respected member of the international community while also loudly
challenging international codes of conduct," as Farhi points out in her
gain a better understanding of Iranian politics, and its nuclear
policies in particular, come hear from Farideh Farhi on November 16th.
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more information about Farhi's lecture, visit our website.