Iran and Nuclear Weapons – World Affairs Council Upstate

This Flashpoint discussion will cover a subject that effects not only the United States, but the entire globe. Starting in the 1950s, Iran's interest with Nuclear Technology was fueled under the U.S. Atoms for Peace Program. U.S. assistance ended in 1979, but this did not deter Iran's interest in nuclear power. During the Summer of 2019, the Iranian government formally stated that they would end the nuclear agreement between themselves and six other world powers made in 2015. The Trump Administration has responded to this by increasing sanctions on one of Iran's greatest exports: oil.
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January 15 - 12:00 pm

End:

January 16 - 01:30 pm

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Venue

Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC

300 Main St, Ste 500

Greenville, SC, United States, 29601-2159


This Flashpoint discussion will cover a subject that effects not only the United States, but the entire globe. Starting in the 1950s, Iran’s interest with Nuclear Technology was fueled under the U.S. Atoms for Peace Program. U.S. assistance ended in 1979, but this did not deter Iran’s interest in nuclear power. During the Summer of 2019, the Iranian government formally stated that they would end the nuclear agreement between themselves and six other world powers made in 2015. The Trump Administration has responded to this by increasing sanctions on one of Iran’s greatest exports: oil.

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