Back from the Brink: What the Iran Deal Can Teach Us about Negotiating Change

Ambassador Wendy Sherman, lead negotiator of the Iran nuclear deal, shares takeaways from her experiences working the historic agreement. What does the Iran deal have to teach us about approaching today’s seemingly intractable conflicts?

Festival: Aspen Ideas 2017

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