by Ghazal Rahmanpanah
At the heart of Iranian nuclear talks are many complex diplomatic challenges for the West given the Iranian nuclear program’s covert history and the government’s prohibition of media coverage of all things nuclear. However, what seems to be missing almost entirely from this ongoing analysis is the voice of the Iranian people – the voices of those the most impacted by the dialogue between the United States and its former friend and close ally within the Middle East.
by The WIP Editorial Team
Dr. Dawn Chatty is a University Professor in Anthropology and Forced Migration and the Director of the Refugee Studies Centre at the University of Oxford. She is a social anthropologist with long experience in the Middle East as a university teacher, development practitioner, and advocate for indigenous rights. In advance of Dr. Chatty’s visit to Monterey, California, The WIP connected with her to discuss Syria, forced migration, and humanitarian aid.