With the implementation of the nuclear agreement with Iran (known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA) on January 16, 2016, the RAND Center for Middle East Public Policy (CMEPP) organized a conference to pose the question, "Will the Iran deal survive?" These video conference proceedings present panel discussions from the daylong conference, which took place on March 3, 2016, in the Washington office of the RAND Corporation, and consider current and future challenges facing the agreement and broader implications for Iran, the region, and U.S. policy.

Content

45:20

Welcome & Opening Remarks

Mar 3, 2016

Colin Kahl

01:15:34

Session One: Regional Crises and Responses

Mar 3, 2016

Nadia Bilbassy Charters

01:20:26

Session Two: Challenges from within Iran

Mar 3, 2016

Steve Inskeep

54:13

Session Three: Future U.S.-Iran Policy

Mar 3, 2016

David Ignatius

03:23

Highlights from the Conference

Mar 3, 2016

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