The Garfield Institute for Public Leadership will host a seminar and discussion on the issue of a “nuclear” Iran.
The discussion, the second in the Garfield Institute’s 2012-13 seminar series, will begin at 4:15 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 25, in the Kennedy Center Ballroom, and will focus on the international policy ramifications of Iran developing nuclear weapons.
Featured speakers will include Boaz Ganor, a noted expert on counter-terrorism in the middle East who serves as founder and executive director of the Institute for Counter-Terrorism and deputy dean of the Lauder School of Government at the The Interdisciplinary Center in Israel; and Dalia Dassa Kaye, director of the Center for Middle East Public Policy and senior political scientist at the RAND Corporation. The panelists will take questions from the audience and Garfield Scholars following their presentations and discussions.
The Garfield Institute for Public Leadership prepares students to assume the responsibilities of public leadership by developing expertise in matters of foreign and domestic public policy.