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Director of the Jackson School answers key questions on the U.S.-Iran crisis

January 6, 2020

Resat Kasaba media interview on US Iran conflict Jan 2020
Reşat Kasaba, Middle East expert and director of the Jackson School gives media interviews in his office about potential impact of the assassination by the U.S. of a top Iranian government official. Jan. 3, 2020 Photo by Jackson Holtz

Reşat Kasaba, a Middle East expert and the director of the Jackson School, gave his insights to media outlets on the day after the U.S. assassinated a top government official of Iran, Qasem Soleimani, last week.Resat Kasaba

Below is a compilation of the interviews:

KING5: UW professor weighs in on US-Iran conflict and Dozens gather in Seattle for ‘no war’ demonstration following U.S. airstrike on Iran

Crosscut: US attack on Iranian military leader carries ‘huge risk escalation’ WA leaders say

KOMO4: Hundreds gather in Seattle to protest US involvement in the Middle East

Q13 Fox: Local politicians, Iranians, react to U.S. strike against the military