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Live Stream 'The National Conversation,' Today At 12:30 PM (ET)

Today, NPR Correspondent Tom Gjelten moderates the latest panel in The National Conversation series - a discussion around views on Iran and its policies based on a recent poll released by Zogby Research Services. The findings reflect a survey of 20 Arab and Muslim nations including the Gulf and the Arabian Peninsula States, the Maghreb, Egypt and Sudan; and non-Arab Muslim neighbors of Turkey, Pakistan and Azerbaijan.

You can stream the conversation live today from 12:30 - 2:00 PM (ET), or in an archive video following the event. Join the discussion on Twitter with @TheWilsonCenter.

Who's On Stage

Moderator
Tom Gjelten, NPR Correspondent

Panelists
Haleh Esfandiari, Director, Middle East Program, The Wilson Center

Marc Lynch, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, The George Washington University; Director of the Institute for Middle East Studies, Project on Middle East Political Science, and Middle East Studies Program

Hisham Melhem, Bureau Chief of Al Arabiya News Channel, Washington, DC

Barbara Slavin, senior fellow, Atlantic Council's South Asia Center; Washington correspondent for Al-Monitor.com

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