Report: Iran Hostile to American Interests, Closer to Nuclear Capability

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Iranian president Hassam Rouhani. (Alexander Nemenov/AFP/Getty Images)

A new report from the conservative Heritage Foundation finds that Iran remains the Middle East country most hostile to American interests and is closer than ever to attaining nuclear weapons, despite the nuclear deal reached last year with the United States. We'll discuss U.S./Iran relations and Iran's execution Sunday of nuclear scientist Shahram Amiri for treason.

More Information:
Hoover Institute's Analysis of Middle East Threats


Michael Pregent, adjunct fellow, Hudson Institute; former intelligence adviser to General David Petraeus; served in Iraq from 2005-2010

Barbara Slavin , acting director, Future of Iran Initiative for the Atlantic Council