White House officials explain nuclear deal with Iran during Wayne Law event

Two White House officials explained the nuclear deal negotiated with Iran during a presentation Wednesday, Sept. 2, at Wayne State University Law School.

The presentation, sponsored by Wayne Law's Program for International Legal Studies, laid out the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action negotiated between six major world powers and Iran after nearly two years of highly technical and painstaking sessions. Speakers were Paul Irwin, director for nonproliferation at the National Security Council and one of the negotiators for the plan, and Matt Nosanchuk, associate director for public engagement and liaison to the American Jewish community and on international issues, and a native Detroiter.

Other participants were WSU President M. Roy Wilson, Wayne Law Dean Jocelyn Benson and Professor Gregory Fox, director of the Program for International Legal Studies.

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From left, Professor Gregory Fox, director of Wayne Law's Program for International Legal Studies, pauses for a photo with Dean Jocelyn Benson, speakers Matt Nosanchuk and Paul Irwin, and Wayne State University President M. Roy Wilson. For more photos, visit law.wayne.edu/iran2015.

Speaker Matt Nosanchuk, left, makes a point while speaker Paul Irwin of the National Security Council looks on. Both men are White House officials.

Published: Tue, Sep 15, 2015

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