“Iran, the United States and other world powers struck a historic deal Tuesday to curb Iranian nuclear programs in an agreement aimed at easing the threat of a nuclear-armed Iran in the Middle East.” (Source: CBC News)
"The Iran nuclear deal would appear to be a well-crafted compromise that dramatically reduces Iran’s ability to develop nuclear weapons. It may (or may not) also eventually serve as a foundation for the relaxation of some of the tensions between Iran and the West."
- Rex Brynen
Expert: Rex Brynen, professor in the department of political science at McGill University
Expertise: He’s an expert in Middle East politics and the Arab-Israeli peace process. He’s also interested in regional conflict, security and development in the Middle East, and in authoritarianism and democratization in the Arab world.
Contact: rex.brynen [at] mcgill.ca. (514) 398-4400 x 00634. Prof. Brynen answers questions in English. He’s available for interviews on July 15, 2015.