David Albright, James Phillips Headline Center Discussion
November 2, 2021
WASHINGTON, D.C. — With Iran’s nuclear weapons program making rapid advances and Tehran’s refusal to agree to diplomatic solutions to halt or end this program, even the Biden administration is contemplating non-diplomatic “Plan B” strategies to stop an Iranian nuclear bomb.
The Center for Security Policy (Center, centerforsecuritypolicy.org) is pleased to host noted proliferation experts David Albright, president and founder of the Institute for Science and International Security, and James Phillips, Senior Research Fellow for Middle Eastern Affairs at the Heritage Foundation for a discussion on how to stop Iran’s nuclear pursuits. They will be joined by David Wurmser, the Center’s Senior Analyst for the Middle East and North Africa Program, on a panel moderated by Center President Fred Fleitz.
WHO: Center for Security Policy, along withDavid Albright, Institute for Science and International Security and coauthor of the 2021 book, “Iran’s Perilous Pursuit of Nuclear Weapons;” James Phillips, Senior Research Fellow for Middle Eastern Affairs at the Heritage Foundation; David Wurmser, Senior Analyst for the Center’s Middle East and North Africa Program; and moderator Fred Fleitz, Center President and former National Security Council Chief of Staff, CIA analyst, and prolific author on Iran’s nuclear program.
WHAT: Webinar on How to Stop Iran’s Nuclear Program
WHEN: Wednesday, November 3, at 1:00pm ET.
WHERE: Media and the public may register for the event here
WHY: For several years, there have been ongoing efforts to stop the Iranian nuclear weapons program, including reported acts of sabotage that destroyed Iranian nuclear facilities and saw the alleged use of remote-controlled machine gun by Israel to kill Iran’s top nuclear scientist last November. The discussion will focus on diplomatic and non-diplomatic means to get Iran to halt its nuclear weapons program.
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