President Obama and Iran: Engagement, Isolation, Regime Change
The Obama administration is in the process of choosing among three options or is fashioning a policy package of all three concerning Iran: isolation, engagement, and regime change. Engagement can be used as a point of departure to buy time for internal regime change.
Prof. Raymond Tanter
Dr. Raymond Tanter, President, Iran Policy Committee; Professor Emeritus, University of Michigan; Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University; Adjunct Scholar, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy; former member of the U.S. National Security Council Staff, Executive Office of the President; former Personal Representative of the U.S. Secretary of Defense to arms control negotiations in Europe. Books include "Rogue Regimes," "Appeasing the Ayatollahs," "What Makes Tehran Tick," "Baghdad Ablaze," "President Obama and Iraq," "President Obama and Iran," "Terror Tagging of an Iranian Dissident Organization."