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Les Mardis de l’ESSEC avec la FEMO

Sous le thème de « Regard persan sur le Moyen-Orient », la fondation FEMO a été l’invitée du cercle des mardis de l’ESSEC le 23 septembre 2014, au grand amphithéâtre de l’ESSEC (L'Ecole supérieure des sciences économiques et commerciales) à Cergy. La situation de la région du Moyen-Orient, la solution devant la montée du fondamentalisme religieux avec Daeche en Irak et en Syrie, la situation actuelle de l’Iran ont été des sujets abordés lors de cette rencontre en présence de François Colcombet, président de la FEMO, Nader Nouri, secrétaire général de la FEMO. Mehdi Abrichamtchi — président de la commision de la Paix du Conseil national de la Résistance iranienne apportait le point de vue de l’opposition iranienne à cette rencontre.

 

 

Alireza Jafarzadeh: Good deal would require no enrichment capability for Tehran, full access to all sites

Alireza Jafarzadeh, Deputy Director of NCRI US Representative Office, author of the book, The Iran Threat: President Ahmadinejad and the Coming Nuclear Crisis, was among experts addressing a panel session in Paris on June 12 on nuclear deal with the Iranian regime. He reiterated that a good deal was already out of the picture because a good deal would require no enrichment capability for Tehran and full access to all sites. The event was organized by “Foundation for Middle Eastern Studies” (FEMO) and chaired by Ambassador Lincoln Bloomfield, former US Special Envoy and Assistant Secretary of State for Political Military Affairs.

  

 

Bruno Tertrais: Iran will go towards even more radicalization

Bruno Tertrais, senior fellow at the French Foundation for Strategic Research (FRS), took part on June 12th in a Policy Forum organized by “Foundation for Middle Eastern Studies” (FEMO) on “ Nuclear Negotiation with Iran, Policy on Iran and Countering Islamic Extremism”.

 

 

  

James Woolsey: The ideal solution is for a democratization of Iran

James Woolsey, former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency under President Clinton, took part on June 12th in a Policy Forum organized by “Foundation for Middle Eastern Studies” (FEMO) on “Policy on Iran and Countering Islamic Extremism”.