Monday, January 28, 2013, 5:00-7:00 p.m., Royce Hall 314
Special Panel Presentaiton: The Program of Iranian Studies, University of California (UCLA)
“The Ecological, Humanitarian & Economic Implications of Military Strikes on Iranian Nulear Installation“
Khosrow B. Semnani, Author, Ayatollah’s Nuclear Gamble
Romain Wacziarg, Anderson School of Management
Shiva Falsafi,Women Studies / School of Law
Beate Ritz, Department of Epidemiology / Fielding School of Public Health
Monday, November 12, 2012, 11:00 am-12:00 pm
Panel Presentation: Hinckley Institute of Politics University of Utah
Senator Robert F. Bennett (R-UT) 1993-2011; Resident Scholar, Hinckley Institute of Politics
Vice Admiral Richard K. Gallagher, United States Military Representative & North Atlantic Treaty Organization Military Committee
Monday, October 15, 9:00-9:40 am
CityViews 10/15/12: Changing Iran from Within / 9:00-9:40 am
Between President Obama’s stern warnings toward Iran and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s bomb diagram at the United Nations, there’s plenty of talk of attacking Iran’s nuclear sites. But Khosrow Semnani, an Iranian-American scientist and philanthropist who lives in Utah, warns a military strike against Iran would kill thousands and expose many thousands more to toxic fallout. On Monday, Semnani joins us to talk about human cost of a military option in Iran.
Khosrow Semnani, “The Ayatollah’s Nuclear Gamble”
Friday, October 12, 1:00 p.m.
Discussion with Khosrow B. Semnani, author of The Ayatollah’s Gamble: The Human Costs of Military Strikes Against Iran’s Nuclear Facilities.
Co-sponsored by the Atlantic Council South Asia Center and Woodrow Wilson International Center Middle East Program.
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