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Virus Delays Iran's Nuclear Capability Until 2015

Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2011/01/19/Abbas_Milani_The_Last_Shah_of_Iran Middle East scholar Abbas Milani discusses a computer virus in Iran's nuclear system that was allegedly created by Israeli and American engineers. "Iran denies that it has been hit," says Milani. The virus may have set Iran's nuclear program back until 2015, creating more time for diplomacy and sanctions to influence its behavior. ----- Abbas Milani is Co-Director of the Iran Democracy Project and author of The Shah. He will reveal the complex and sweeping road that has brought the U.S. and Iran to where they are today. The life of Mohammad-Reza Shah Pahlevi, the last Shah of Iran, continues to resonate today. Milani looks at the monarch who shaped Iran's modern age and with it the contemporary politics of the Middle East. - Commonwealth Club of California Abbas Milani is a research fellow and co-director of the Iran Democracy Project at the Hoover Institution. In addition, Dr. Milani is Director of the Iranian Studies Program at Stanford University and a visiting professor in the department of political science. His expertise is U.S.-Iran relations, Iranian cultural, political, and security issues. Milani was a professor of history and political science and chair of the department at Notre Dame de Namur University and a research fellow at the Institute of International Studies at the University of California at Berkeley. Milani was an assistant professor in the faculty of law and political science at Tehran University and a member of the board of directors of Tehran University's Center for International Studies from 1979 to 1987. He was a research fellow at the Iranian Center for Social Research from 1977 to 1978 and an assistant professor at the National University of Iran from 1975 to 1977.
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