The State of Play in Iran: A Conversation with Jason Rezaian and Negah Angha


Associated Program:
John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum
Jason Rezaian
Negah Angha
Alice Khayami
Setti Warren

As the Islamic Republic marks its 44th anniversary, and Iran's latest generation challenges the regime, please join Institute of Politics Spring 2023 Resident Fellows Jason Rezaian and Negah Angha for a conversation on Iran moderated by Alice Khayami '25 and IOP Interim Director Setti Warren.

  • Jason Rezaian writes for The Washington Post’s “Global Opinions” section. Previously he was the Post’s Tehran bureau chief from 2012 to 2016. In July 2014, he was arrested by Iranian authorities and imprisoned for 544 days until his release in January 2016. 
  • Negah Angha is an associate vice president with The Cohen Group and brings nearly two decades of experience advising the U.S. Department of State and National Security Council leadership on matters of policy development and strategic communication. Prior to joining The Cohen Group, in 2021 Ms. Angha was the director for multilateral initiatives at the National Security Council.

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