On the face of it, a boycott seems the most sensible option for those who supported the green revolution back in 2009 when Mahmoud Ahmedinedjad won his controversial second term. Yet there are suggestions that something unexpected may be happening in Iran. Melissa Bell and her panel discuss whether there is hope for the reformists on the eve of the presidential elections.
- Laurie DUNDON, Partnership for a Secure America
- Faribah HACHTROUDI, Writer and journalist
- Rouzbeh PARSI, Research Fellow at the European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS)
- Ali FATEMI, Professor of Finance, American Graduate School of Economics in Paris