Lecture Series: Turmoil in the Middle East

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Lecture Series: Turmoil in the Middle East

The Iranian Nuclear Issue: A View from History

As tensions between the United States and Iran continue to escalate, the controversy about the Iranian nuclear program is frequently cited as a central area of disagreement between the two countries. But is this, in fact, the core of the issue? Historian John Ghazvinian will explore the broader story of Iran’s nuclear program, and discuss the history of US-Iran relations — situating the nuclear disagreement within the context of 40 years of US-Iran tensions.

Location: Camden County College, Blackwood Campus, Civic Hall, Connector 105

The Center at Camden County College focuses on the needs and interests of educators and the community at large. Its goal is to create an informed citizenry through exploration of humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and issues critical to a democratic society. Citizens have the opportunity to meet scholars, scientists, government officials and business leaders to explore historical and current issues and discuss societal problems and their solutions.

For more information, Visit www.camdencc.edu/civiccenter

  • Camden County College, Blackwood Campus
    200 College Drive, Gloucester Township, NJ, 08012, United States
  • Wednesday, Apr 22nd, 2020 @ 6:30 pm
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    The Iranian Nuclear Issue: A View from History As tensions between the United States and Iran continue to escalate, the controversy about the Iranian nuclear program is frequently cited as a central area of disagreement between the two countries. But is this, in fact, the core of the issue? Historian John Ghazvinian will explore the broader story of Iran’s nuclear program, and discuss the history of US-Iran relations — situating the nuclear disagreement within the context of 40 years of…

    200 College Drive, Gloucester Township, NJ, 08012, United States public