What to make of Hassan Rouhani, the man elected last year to replace Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as President of Iran? Is he a “moderate?” Is a new relationship with Iran in the offing? This talk will lay out the political battlefield inside the Islamic Republic, how the 2013 election occurred, and what it means for the United States.
Dr. Kevan Harris is a sociologist and postdoctoral researcher at Princeton University’s Department of Near Eastern Studies. He travels to Iran frequently, and recently visited the Islamic Republic during the election of Hassan Rouhani as well as in March 2014. His writings on Iranian politics, economy, and society have appeared in numerous venues such as Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, and Time. Dr. Harris is currently writing a book, The Martyrs Welfare State, on Iranian welfare politics from the 1979 revolution to the present. His most recent published works can be found on his website, kevanharris.princeton.edu
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