Republics of Myth: National Narratives and the US-Iran Conflict. Washington History Seminar.
A provocative new book by three long-time experts on U.S.-Iran posits that diverging national narratives have contributed heavily to a dysfunctional relationship. Click here for more information.
Starr Forum (MIT): Republics of Myth: National Narratives and the US-Iran Conflict
Why does the rift between the US and Iran persist? A new book by CIS scholars sheds new light on this longstanding conflict.
“Researching Covert Operations in Iran:” A Conversation with Mark Gasiorowski
On March 10, 2021, the National Security Archive hosted a panel honoring Prof. Mark Gasiorowski for his many years as a leading scholar of U.S.-Iran relations. Click here or more information.
MSNBC, 'This Happened: Secret War, Secret Deals' The Iran-Contra Scandal. A hostage crisis, a backroom war, and an illegal weapons deal collide in one of the most sensational presidential scandals in American history, February 28, 2019
Atlantic Council, “Regime Change in Iran: From the 1953 Coup to the Trump Policy Review,” July 13, 2017
The Real News, “64 Years Later, CIA Details Long-Hidden Role in Iran Coup,” June 24, 2017
University of North Carolina, Richard M. Krasno Lecture, “Malcolm Byrne on ‘The US and Iran – Lessons Learned?’,” October 27, 2015
University of North Carolina, 5 Minute Insights: “Malcolm Byrne on ‘The US and Iran – Lessons Learned?’,” October 27, 2015
Miller Center, University of Virginia, “Iran Contra Shows ‘How Easy It Is for Presidents to Go Off the Path’,” November 24, 2014
International Spy Museum, “Iran Contra – A Talk with Malcolm Byrne,” March 24, 2015
U.S. National Archives, Malcolm Byrne book talk, January 28, 2015
Book TV: Malcolm Byrne, “Iran-Contra,”, September 22, 2014
Viral Media 24, “CIA Formally Acknowledges Involvement in Iranian Coup,” August 20, 2013