The United States Studies Centre and Young Australians in International Affairs were honoured to host an expert panel discussion on the ramifications of leaving the Iran nuclear deal.
How does the US withdrawal from the deal impact Iran and the United States' European counterparts? How will President Trump’s decision – in addition to re-imposing sanctions on Iran – affect the relationships fostered between the states involved? What will Iran do now?
These questions and many more were tackled, followed by an opportunity for those present to engage in conversation with the assembled experts.
· Dr Sarah Graham - Honorary Associate, United States Studies Centre
· Dr Jennifer Hunt - Lecturer, National Security College, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
· Brendan Thomas-Noone - Research Fellow, Foreign Policy and Defence Program, United States Studies Centre
· Dr Omid Tofighian - Honorary Research Associate, Department of Philosophy, University of Sydney