Raised in Tehran, educated in the US, Nazee Moinian’s loyalties have long been divided by global events. Diplomacy, she argues, is the only way
As an Iranian Jew raised in Tehran, educated in the United States, and a frequent visitor to Israel, the nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic of Iran has pulled me in different directions.
Like many Iranians, I am thankful that – at least for now – my country of birth will be spared a military attack. As a naturalised American, I am keen to avoid another costly entanglement in the abyss that is called the Middle East.