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Vali Nasr on U.S.-Iranian Relations

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Uploaded on Jan 25, 2012

Foreign Affairs Focus: U.S.-Iranian Relations With Vali Nasr

Managing Editor Jonathan Tepperman interviews author Vali Nasr about developments in Iran, its relationship with the diplomatic community, and what the United States should do to finally get Iran to the negotiation table. Current sanctions are designed to be more effective than in the past, but will instead be counterproductive, pushing Iran to be more aggressive in return. Dr. Nasr--professor of international politics at Tufts University and former senior advisor to the U.S. special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan--argues that active diplomacy and policy adjustments are crucial for avoiding military conflict.

Read articles by Dr. Nasr and other experts on Iran at http://www.ForeignAffairs.com.

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