To all members of The Great Britain-Russia Society
Iran is one of the most dangerous potential 'flash points' in today's
world, both in its internal and external relations.
UN nuclear inspectors are still highly suspicious that Iran is developing
nuclear power for military purposes – despite denials by Iran.
In an area where Great Power rivalry often in the past has thwarted
prospects for a lasting peace – and in an area on which the western world
relies for most of its oil requirements, how serious is the situation?
Professor Roland Dannreuther will analyse these problems on Monday March
8th at Pushkin House.
Professor Dannreuther comes to us highly recommended by Chatham House (the
Royal Institute for International Affairs).
Seats are going fast, but we still have a few left. If you have not
already done so, you are advised to book on line, or to contact Ute
Chatterjee by 'phone or email, and to confirm that you are posting to her
your cheque by first class post. (Ute Chatterjee 0788 4464 461. Email:
[removed]. Postal address: 43 Kenilworth Court, Lower
Richmond Road, London SW15 1EN.
Don't delay: do it TODAY!