The Heat: Moving forward with Iran

The Heat

The Heat: Moving forward with Iran

Iran is back and open for business. The International Atomic Energy Agency confirms Tehran has fulfilled its commitment in the nuclear deal.

The sanctions, which had crippled Iran’s economy for years, have been lifted by the United States, European Union and the United Nations.

Iran will now have access to billions of dollars of frozen assets and can sell its oil internationally. Tehran also released five imprisoned Americans while the United States granted clemency to seven Iranians as part of a prisoner swap.

Leaders from both countries called the deal a milestone in international diplomacy.

The Heat: Moving forward with Iran pt1

The Heat: Moving forward with Iran pt1

Iran is back and open for business. The International Atomic Energy Agency confirms Tehran has fulfilled its commitment in the nuclear deal. The sanctions, which had crippled Iran’s economy for years, have been lifted by the United States, European Union and the United Nations. Iran will now have access to billions of dollars of frozen assets and can sell its oil internationally. Tehran also released five imprisoned Americans while the United States granted clemency to seven Iranians as part of a prisoner swap. Leaders from both countries called the deal a milestone in international diplomacy. The Heat was joined by the following guests who focus on international affairs and Iran: From Tehran is Mohammad Marandi, the Dean of the Faculty of World Studies at the University of Tehran. In the Washington, D.C. studio for CCTV America is Ali Al-Ahmed, the Founder and Director of the Institute for Gulf Affairs. From the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, The Heat was joined by Flynt Leverett. He's a Professor of International Affairs at Pennsylvania State University and the co-author of "Going to Tehran: Why America Must Accept the Islamic Republic of Iran.” Also in the Washington, D.C. studio for CCTV America is Peter Kuznick. He's a Professor of History and the Director of the Nuclear Studies Institute at American University.

The Heat: Moving forward with Iran pt2

The Heat: Moving forward with Iran pt2

Iran is back and open for business. The International Atomic Energy Agency confirms Tehran has fulfilled its commitment in the nuclear deal. The sanctions, which had crippled Iran’s economy for years, have been lifted by the United States, European Union and the United Nations. Iran will now have access to billions of dollars of frozen assets and can sell its oil internationally. Tehran also released five imprisoned Americans while the United States granted clemency to seven Iranians as part of a prisoner swap. Leaders from both countries called the deal a milestone in international diplomacy. The Heat was joined by the following guests who focus on international affairs and Iran: From Tehran is Mohammad Marandi, the Dean of the Faculty of World Studies at the University of Tehran. In the Washington, D.C. studio for CCTV America is Ali Al-Ahmed, the Founder and Director of the Institute for Gulf Affairs. From the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, The Heat was joined by Flynt Leverett. He's a Professor of International Affairs at Pennsylvania State University and the co-author of "Going to Tehran: Why America Must Accept the Islamic Republic of Iran.” Also in the Washington, D.C. studio for CCTV America is Peter Kuznick. He's a Professor of History and the Director of the Nuclear Studies Institute at American University.

The Heat was joined by the following guests who focus on international affairs and Iran:

  • From Tehran is Mohammad Marandi, the Dean of the Faculty of World Studies at the University of Tehran.
  • In the Washington, D.C. studio for CCTV America is Ali Al-Ahmed, the Founder and Director of the Institute for Gulf Affairs.
  • From the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, The Heat was joined by Flynt Leverett. He’s a Professor of International Affairs at Pennsylvania State University and the co-author of “Going to Tehran: Why America Must Accept the Islamic Republic of Iran.”
  • Also in the Washington, D.C. studio for CCTV America is Peter Kuznick. He’s a Professor of History and the Director of the Nuclear Studies Institute at American University.