Having followed Iran’s malign behavior for decades, American Jewish Committee (AJC) took a lively interest in the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) decision and debate, taking more than three weeks to confer privately with a wide range of leaders, including multiple times with Secretary of State John Kerry and Chief Negotiator Wendy Sherman. In the end, AJC opposed the accord, believing it was too risky a proposition. In 2021, the world is different, the Middle East is different, and America is different. What have European, Israeli, and American policymakers learned from the last six years? Join us for a special live recording of AJC’s podcast, People of the Pod, with AJC Jerusalem Director Avital Leibovich, AJC Transatlantic Institute Director Daniel Schwammenthal, and AJC Chief Policy and Political Affairs Officer Jason Isaacson, in discussion with co-host, Seffi Kogen, as they analyze what the next few months could bring.