Iran's Election: What Does it Mean for Diplomacy and the Nuclear Impasse?

June 10, 2009

For assessments of the events unfolding in the wake of Iran's contested presidential election, the following experts from Ploughshares-funded organizations are available to provide commentary and analysis on Iran and the prospects for change in the standoff over its nuclear program.

(photo: Siavush Randjbar-Daemi / Flickr)

 

 

 

   Trita Parsi, President
   202 386 6325

 

   Massachusetts Institute of Technology
   617 324 3712 office
   617 388 8200 cell
 

 

 
   Paul Ingram, Executive Director
    British American Security Information Council
    +44 (0)20 7324 4680
  
    
   Kimberly Abbott, North America Communications Director
   202 785 1601

 

 
    Ambassador William Luers

    Co-author, “A Solution to the U.S.–Iran Nuclear Standoff.”   
    917 797 5212 cell   
    860 868 1285

 

 

 
    Richard Parker, Executive Director
    Coordinator of the Joint Experts’ Statement on Iran.
    202 258 2617
 

 

    Karim Sadjadpour,  Middle East Program Associate
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
    Author of the commentary, "Setting the Scene: Iran's Presidential (S)Elections"
    202 939 2261
 

 

The following experts are also recommended:
 
Reza Aslan, Ploughshares Fund Board member

 

 

Mehrzad Boroujerdi, Syracuse University
 315 443 5877
 
 
Farideh Farhi, University of Hawaii, Manoa
808 781 7422
 
Suzanne Maloney, Brookings Institution
202 797 6105
 
Gary Sick, Columbia University
212 854 1788