On June 18th, Iranians will be called to vote for the presidential elections. The ensuing president will face several issues, starting with a difficult economic situation, a stunted vaccination campaign and a problematic foreign policy centered on reviving the 2015 nuclear accord. What results should we expect from the forthcoming elections in Iran? How will the appointment of a new president affect Tehran’s domestic stability and regional policy? What are the implications for the nuclear deal?
Vali Nasr, Majid Khadduri Professor of International Affairs and Middle East Studies, SAIS, Johns Hopkins University; Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council
Rouzbeh Parsi, Head, Middle East and North Africa Programme, Swedish Institute of International Affairs
Azadeh Zamirirad, Iran Researcher and Deputy Head, Africa and Middle East Division, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP)
Sara Bazoobandi, Associate Research Fellow, Middle East and North Africa, ISPI; Marie Curie Fellow, GIGA Institute for Middle East Studies
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