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Understanding Iran

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Published on May 18, 2012

Suzanne Maloney: Despite severe sanctions and other punitive measures, Iran remains undeterred and distrustful of the U.S., implying that we have to find other ways of reaching an understanding with the Iranian government.

On May 16, in advance of the G-8 and NATO summits at Camp David and in Chicago, the Managing Global Order project at Brookings hosted Michael Froman, assistant to the president of the United States and deputy national security adviser for international economic affairs at the National Security Council and the National Economic Council, for an overview of the summits' key issues. Following his remarks, two panels featuring Brookings Senior Fellows Bruce Jones, Justin Vaisse, Suzanne Maloney and Bruce Riedel, examined the summits' top agenda items. More at: http://www.brookings.edu/events/2012/...

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