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"Iranian Foreign Policy After 'The Deal'"
The World Affairs Forum invites the public to attend an Ambassadors' Roundtable dinner and presentation with Dr. Jonathan Cristol, Fellow, World Policy Institute and Bard College's Center for Civic Engagement.
"The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (a.k.a. "the Iran Deal") is rightly heralded as one of President Obama's great foreign policy achievements, and it is also rightly heralded as a foolish gambit and a sell out of our friends and allies." - Dr. Cristol
Dr. Jonathan Cristol is a fellow at the World Policy Institute and a senior fellow at the Center for Civic Engagement at Bard College. Dr. Cristol serves as a subject-matter expert on Iranian domestic and foreign policy, and teaches advanced courses on Iranian affairs for United States government employees. He speaks and writes about Middle Eastern politics and United States foreign policy in the Middle East for a wide variety of audiences, and makes frequent appearances in international media. For more than ten years he was a faculty member at Bard College, where he directed the Globalization and International Affairs Program, and taught a wide variety of courses including, "The United States and the Modern Middle East," " Non-State Actors in World Politics," and "The Nature of Power." Dr. Cristol is a member-participant in the Mellon Foundation Project on Civilian-Military Educational Collaboration (http://civmilco-
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