Panel Discussion on 1953 Iran Coup
Atlantic Council | July 13, 2017 (VIDEO)

Arash Norouzi
The Mossadegh Project | April 22, 2022                     



Regime Change in Iran: From the 1953 Coup to the Trump Policy Review

Atlantic Council description: “Future of Iran Initiative invites you to a panel discussion on new US government documents released about the 1953 CIA-backed coup that deposed Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh and reinstalled Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. The discussion will look at the ramifications of the coup for the Iranian people and US-Iran relations and analyze the impact of revived regime change rhetoric among some politicians and advisers seeking to influence the policies of the Trump administration toward Iran and the Middle East at large.​”

Washington, DC • July 13, 2017 • 12:00 PM

Panelists:

Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini
Co-Founder and Executive Director
International Civil Society Action Network

Malcolm Byrne
Deputy Director and Director of Research
National Security Archive (George Washington University)

Bruce Riedel
Director, The Intelligence Project
Brookings Institution

Moderator:

Barbara Slavin
Director, Future of Iran Initiative
Atlantic Council

Length: 83 minutes (36 min. discussion, followed by 47 min. Q&A)


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Related links:

Madeleine Albright’s Mea Culpa (No Apology) For 1953 Coup In Iran

British Proposal to Organize a Coup d’état in Iran (Nov. 1952 Memo)

Campaign To Install Pro-Western Government In Iran | CIA, 1954



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