The May 13 conference at the James West Alumni Center focused on Iran's relations both regionally and on the greater world stage. It was sponsored by the UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations and the UCLA International Institute.
Panel III: Iran and the International Community
Iran currently faces a wide array of sanctions from the UN Security Council and generally has an uneasy, if not antagonistic, relationship with key powers around the globe. What has caused Iran to become such a pariah state? How can it—and how likely is it to—satisfy the demands of the Security Council and the individual great powers?
Moderator: Deborah Avant, UC Irvine
Published: Friday, May 27, 2011