Webinar on New JINSA Gemunder Center Report:

“Leaving the JCPOA Behind: Principles for U.S.
Diplomacy in Preventing a Nuclear Iran”

Join JINSA for a discussion of our new Iran report, which lays out a comprehensive strategy for
the United States to pursue a new, acceptable agreement that verifiably ensures Iran’s nuclear
program is inherently peaceful and to block Tehran from achieving nuclear weapons capability
if diplomacy fails.

Thursday, September 17 – 4:00pm EDT


This webinar is open to the public.

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Ambassador Eric Edelman

Amb. Eric Edelman is former U.S. Ambassador to Turkey and former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy. He was named Counselor at JINSA’s Gemunder Center for Defense & Strategy and is the Co-Chair of its Iran Policy Project and Eastern Mediterranean Policy Project.

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General Charles Wald

General Charles Wald, USAF (ret.), former Deputy Commander of United States European Command (EUCOM), is a Distinguished Fellow at JINSA and a co-chair of JINSA’s Iran Policy Project and Eastern Med. Policy Project.

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Jonathan Ruhe JINSA Foreign Policy Director

Jonathan Ruhe

Jonathan Ruhe is the Director of Foreign Policy at JINSA’s Gemunder Center. Prior to joining JINSA, he was a Senior Policy Analyst at the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC), where he worked on Middle East and Former Soviet Union security issues.

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-Iran Policy Project-

JINSA’s Iran Policy Project examines the strategic, economic and military options available to the United States to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons capability and counteract its destabilizing aggression against the United States and its allies.