The transatlantic partners tend to agree to disagree on how to tackle the Iranian threat. While Europeans and the U.S. still don’t see eye to eye on the merits of the 2015 nuclear deal, both sides recognize the need to contain the regime’s regional aggression and global terror network. With the arms embargo on Tehran expiring this October and actors like Russia and China poised to supply Iran with advanced weaponry, forging a unified transatlantic strategy to counter Iran’s quest for the bomb and regional hegemony is as urgent as ever. Anna Fotyga, Member of the European Parliament; Omid Nouripour, Member of the German Federal Parliament; and Mark Dubowitz, CEO, Foundation for Defense of Democracies address this critical issue.
This webinar is co-hosted by the AJC Transatlantic Institute and the AJC’s Berlin Ramer Institute.