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Iran: Prospects for Regime Change

4:50 PM, Mar 29, 2010 • By DANIEL HALPER
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An FPI event featuring Bill Kristol, Reuel Gerecht, Elliott Abrams, Danielle Pletka, Bob Kagan and others:

The ongoing turmoil in Iran almost nine months after 2009's fraudulent presidential election raises questions about the continued viability of the Iranian regime.  With the United States exploring sanctions at the United Nations and key members of Congress calling for increased support to the Iranian opposition, the Foreign Policy Initiative will host a half-day conference on "Iran: Prospects for Regime Change," on Tuesday, April 6th.  Leading Iran experts will examine the state of the opposition and discuss U.S. policy options.  With a growing consensus in Washington that the actions of the Iranian regime make a negotiated settlement to the Iranian nuclear crisis unlikely, this timely conference will explore the prospects for change in Iran from within and what the United States should be doing to support Iran's democrats and resolve the Iranian nuclear question once and for all.

To RSVP, visit FPI's website.

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