Sunday June 11, 2006, 7:00 PM, at The Eliot Church of Newton
Iran's Nuclear Programs: What Are They Doing? How Should
the US Respond?
A panel discussion on the US policy towards Iran and approaches to resolving US-Iran disputes.
The panelists include:
Chen Zak Kane, Speaker
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Dr. Kane is a fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affair, Managing the Atom
Project. Her concentration is on international law, nuclear nonproliferation, weapons of mass
destruction, and terrorism.
Hooshang Amirahmadi, Speaker
School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University
Dr. Amirahmadi is a professor of Planning and Public Policy, and director of the Center for Middle
Eastern Studies, and founder and president of the American Iranian Council, a policy think tank
devoted to improving understanding between the peoples and governments of Iran and the United
Ambassador Charles Dunbar, Speaker
Boston University, Department of International Relations
Charles Dunbar teaches U.S. Foreign Policy, Middle Eastern political economy, Muslim and Western
world Relations, and the United Nations peacekeeping. Before coming to Boston, he spent 33 years as
an American and United Nations diplomat and worked in the Middle East for 21 years, including four
Jane Fair Bestor
Social anthropologist and historian (Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1992) with fieldwork experience in
Iran Forum is Sponsored By:
Newton Democratic City Committee (www.newtondems.org), Newton Dialogues on Peace and War
(http://www.newtondialog.org) , the Newton Chapter of the Progressive Democrats of America
(http://pdamerica.org), and Newton Chapter of Democracy for America (DFA) (newtondfa-
Reception hosted by Democracy for America (DFA) Newton Chapter.
The Eliot Church of Newton is located at 474 Centre Street, Newton Corner MA (intersection of
Centre and Church streets near the Sheraton Tara over the Massachusetts Turnpike rotary complex at
Exit 17. Parking is available). For more information call 857-231-1946, email@example.com