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With the Iranian elections coming up, a friend recently asked me: what are the most serious threats which Iran is likely to face in the future?
Its a question which I have been wondering about for a while. So I decided to put my thought into words for the Global Policy Journal.
Hope its of interest.
This Monday 11th of April The Meir Ezri Center at Haifa University will be hosting a conference entitled “Iran and Israel” past and present.
The conference will address and analyze shared and diverged interests between the two countries from the 1950s until today. Hope you can join us.
Details can be found below
On the International Day of Holocaust, Iran’s supreme leader released a video questioning the Holocaust.
What is the domestic reason behind such a move?
My latest article explains:
Trita Parsi, the president of the National Iranian American Council argued in a recent piece that America needs to “De-Israelize” its Iran policy.
My recent piece for The National Interest is a rebuttal of some of the main arguments made in that article.
My latest article argues that instead of strengthening Iranian president Hassan Rouhani in the long term, the nuclear deal could actually weaken him.
To read click below:
Is the recent deal with Iran a “historic mistake for Israel”, or is there room for optimism?
I am more optimistic than others, although the deal does contain some areas of concern. I absolutely understand why some of my Israeli compatriots are suspicious of the Iranian regime.
My two cents on the recent draft nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1.
Could it contribute to Israel’s security, or is it a “threat to our survival” as Prime Minister Netanyahu stated.
Every two years, I spend two weeks touring Canada and the US as part of a speaking tour.
This year I will be available for lectures in North America during the following two weeks:
- The Week beginning 20th of April and
- The Week beginning 27th of April.
Lecture topics will include:
– Iran’s nuclear program: towards a solution or a crisis?
– Iran and Hezbollah in Syria: is another war between Israel and Hezbollah inevitable?
– What is life in Iran like for the average Iranian citizen? What are the socio-economic challenges which the people of Iran face?
– How is Iran viewed by Israeli society ?
Please let me know if you know of Universities / Synagogues / Think Tanks / Communal organizations who may be interested in a lecture regarding the aforementioned topics, or other Iran – Israel related topics which maybe of interest.
My biography can be found here.
My personal email is: Meir.Javedanfar@gmail.com