GSF Seminar: ‘Iran: Is Confrontation Inevitable – Prospects And Options?’ – Wednesday 9th March 2011

GSF hosted a seminar entitled ‘Iran: Is Confrontation Inevitable – Prospects And Options?’ in Committee Room 4A of the House of Lords on Wednesday 9th March 2011.

The seminar was co-chaired by Lord Lothian, GSF’s Chairman and the Rt Hon Jack Straw MP, GSF Advisory Board member, and the panellists included: Dr Jack Caravelli, Director for Non-Proliferation, White House National Security Council Staff (1996-2000); Professor Christopher Coker, Professor of International Relations at LSE and Head of Department;Elbridge Colby, Research Analyst, Center for Naval Analyses; Peter Jenkins CMG, UK Ambassador to the IAEA (2001-2006); Rt Hon Lord Lamont of Lerwick, Chancellor of the Exchequer (1990-1993), Chairman, British-Iranian Chamber of Commerce; Dr Alan Mendoza, Co-Founder and Executive Director, The Henry Jackson Society; Sadeq Saba, Head, BBC Persian Service; Professor Philippe Sands QC, Barrister and Law Professor; Rt Hon Jack Straw MP, Home Secretary (1997-2001); Foreign Secretary (2001-2006); Justice Secretary (2007-2010).

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