April 30, 2012
An Important Issue—-What to Do About Iran? Tomorrow Night
Tomorrow night Community Advocates and KPCC are presenting an important panel discussion on the topic of
What to Do About Iran?
We Invite you to a live taping of 89.3 KPCC-FM’s Award-Winning program,
AirTalk with Larry Mantle
Negotiations with Western powers in Turkey, internal turmoil in Iran, the Stuxnet virus, harsher sanctions, tough talk from Prime Minister Netanyahu….the headlines continue. What should the West, America and Israel do about the looming threat of a nuclear Iran—-muscular military action, a “wait and see” approach, or a “learn-to-live with a nuclear Iran” approach?
These and other options will be discussed by a distinguished panel of experts.
of MIT is an expert on international security with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Security Studies Program. He is one of a handful of experts who has traveled to both Iran and North Korea for talks with officials about nuclear issues and has written articles on the Iran issue for The New York Times, The New York Review of Books and numerous other journals. Walsh has taught at both Harvard and MIT.
Robert G. Kaufman
of Pepperdine is professor of public policy at Pepperdine University where he specializes in foreign policy and national security matters. He earned his law degree from Georgetown University and his doctorate from Columbia University. Kaufman’s articles have appeared widely including in The Weekly Standard, The Washington Times, The Baltimore Sun and The Philadelphia Inquirer. His most recent book is In Defense of the Bush Doctrine. Kaufman has taught at the Naval War College, Colgate, and the University of Vermont.
is an acclaimed writer and scholar of religions. He has authored the international best seller, No God But God: The Origins, Evolution and Future of Islam and How to Win A Cosmic War. He received his doctorate from UC, Santa Barbara and is on the faculty at UC, Riverside. He is the author of a widely-read article in The Atlantic, “Do We Have Ahmadinejad All Wrong?” Aslan was born in Iran and immigrated to the United States as a child after the Khomeini revolution.