Pointless US nuclear talks with Iran, overshadowing violations of human rights in IranRadio Irava'a interview with Amir Emadi, Middle East political/human rights analyst and adviser
Amir Emadi is the spokesperson of the organization of the Iranian-American communities western region. He has a MBA in global management. He received his under graduate degree in International security and conflict resolution. Amir Emadi uses these tools to advise policy makers on security issues within the Middle East namely human rights violations, political violence and nuclear non-proliferation. Amir's father Ashghar Emadi was one of the 52 murdered by the Iraqi forces on Sept. 1, 2013 in Camp Ashraf. The Iraqis has issued an statement admitting to burying their bodies but not disclosing the time or the burial ground.