Iran’s disputed election

What does the continued political unrest in Iran mean for U.S. diplomacy in the region?   Ambassador Charles Dunbar, a professor of international relations who began his diplomatic career in Iran during the 1960s, says in a  BU Today Q&A, “We need to pursue the policies that Obama had begun to pursue, including the concession he made that we would be willing to begin discussions with Iran even without a halt in its uranium enrichment program.  Of course, those opposing Obama’s policy will say, ‘You’re delusional, trying to deal with an illegitimate leader.’”

Contact Charles Dunbar, 617-353-5633, cfdunbar@bu.edu

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