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A Roundtable in London on Iran's Nuclear Program

Friday 27 April 2007, Central Library, Kensington Town Hall


Iran and Western powers speak differently on the nature and goals of Iranian Nuclear Program


Iran claims its nuclear program is peaceful. But some countries, led by the United States, claim that Iran is aiming for a nuclear bomb.


In this meeting, organized by Forum Iran, the speakers examine the roots of conflict, the current situation of Iranian nuclear activity, its possible justifications and/or shortcomings and possible effects of a peaceful resolution, economic sanctions and/or a military confrontation.



Sir Richard Dalton

Former British ambassador to Iran (2003-2006) and Libya (1999-2002)

"Iran and international community: an opportunity for win-win or lose-lose options

Dr. Hadi Zamani

economic advisor at the DfT & former associate and senior consultant at Halcrow Group and NERA:

"Economics of Nuclear Energy in Iran"


Dr. Ali Geranmayeh

Former Iranian diplomat & research associate LMEI, SOAS (London Middle East Institute, School of Oriental and African Studies):

"Iran: Nuclear Suspension or International Sanction"


Professor Abbas Edalat

Imperial College & CASMII (Campaign Against Sanctions and Military Intervention in Iran)

Mutual respect: the paradigm shift required in western imperial attitude to resolve the Iran-US standoff


Venue: Central Library, Kensington Town Hall,

Phillimore Walk, Off Kensington High Street, London W8 7RX


TIME:  6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Language: English


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