The Iran Deal: Is Hedging Still a Possibility?
An interim agreement on Iran’s nuclear programme with the EU3+3 (UK, US, France, Germany, Russia and China) is due to expire on 20 July. The negotiators have yet to overcome major hurdles, particularly regarding the number of centrifuges and access to certain facilities. At this event, the speakers will examine how far Iran’s nuclear programme needs to be rolled back in order to prevent Iran from having the capacity to build a nuclear weapon. Will a deal with Iran still allow it room to pursue a hedging strategy? What kinds of restrictions or verification measures will need to be included for the agreement to provide credible assurance that Iran is incapable of producing a nuclear weapon at short notice?
Attendance at this event is by invitation only.