Egypt Events

Security Policy in Sinai: Common Interests or a Collective Failure?

April 08, 2015 // 12:00pm1:00pm
Middle East Program
Ismail Alexandrani discussed the Egyptian army’s security policy in the Sinai Peninsula. He presented the view from the ground based on field investigations and sociological research.
Webcast

A Year of Crisis: The Middle East in 2015

January 20, 2015 // 9:30am11:00am
Middle East Program
The Middle East, already the world’s most volatile region, faces some of its toughest challenges in a century: Borders have been redrawn in Syria and Iraq. States from Libya to Yemen are collapsing. Autocracy is again on the rise in Egypt. And diplomacy is teetering with Iran. Meanwhile, the United States is being sucked back into the region. Come hear four top experts explore the crises of 2015, the stakes, and where they’re headed.

What to Expect from the Al-Sisi Presidency

June 16, 2014 // 12:00pm1:00pm
Middle East Program
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was sworn in on June 8. In his inauguration speech, al-Sisi spoke of his intent to lead Egypt in an inclusive manner. Khattab, who lives in Egypt, Ottaway, who recently returned from Egypt, and Shahin share their opinions of what the future of Egypt will hold.
Podcast

Egypt's Presidential Elections: The Way Forward

May 29, 2014 // 9:00am10:00am
Middle East Program
Presidential elections in Egypt mark yet another milestone in the country’s turbulent political journey of the past three years. Will the election of a new president usher in a period of greater security, prosperity and good governance or a continuation of uncertainty and volatility in Egyptian politics and economic life? And what will a new President mean for the US-Egyptian relationship? Four veteran analysts of Egypt and its politics offer their observations on these critical matters in this Ground Truth Briefing.

Cities at the Center of the World

April 22, 2014 // 9:00am4:00pm
Urban Sustainability Laboratory
In collaboration with the Center for Global Studies at George Mason University, The Wilson Center’s Urban Sustainability Laboratory invites you to a discussion of the nexus between urban growth and globalization. Please join leading urban scholars, practitioners and policy makers for a discussion of the social, spatial and political terrain of cities as critical global centers.

The Arab Spring and the State of Egypt’s Antiquities

April 14, 2014 // 4:00pm5:00pm
Middle East Program
The current instability in Egypt is having its toll on its cultural heritage that is being lost and desecrated. Different archaeological sites commissioned by antiquities dealers leaving are being vandalized. The local communities are also involved due to economic hardship. Both objects and archaeological records are being lost for good. This very fast and speedy loss is the worst Egypt has ever faced.
Photo by Mona Youssef
Webcast

Arab Spring or Arab Autumn: Women’s Political Participation in the Arab Uprisings and Beyond

January 30, 2014 // 3:00pm4:30pm
Middle East Program
Join us for a panel discussion where speakers will discuss key challenges and opportunities for women's participation and rights in various countries in the region. The event will highlight insights from a new CARE research report analyzing women’s political participation in countries such as Egypt, Yemen, and Morocco.
Photo by Mona Youssef

Quo Vadis Egypt?

January 30, 2014 // 9:00am10:00am
Middle East Program
The speakers will discuss the situation on the ground in Egypt.
Podcast

Egypt’s New Constitution: Step Forward or Step Back?

December 19, 2013 // 1:00pm2:00pm
Middle East Program
With the referendum on the new Constitution set for January 14/15, Egypt is at another critical juncture in its political transition. In this Ground Truth Briefing, experts discuss the new Constitution, political developments on the ground, and the U.S.-Egyptian relationship.

Egypt in Crisis

November 15, 2013 // 11:00am12:00pm
Middle East Program
The Muslim Brotherhood has been overthrown, its leaders jailed or on the run, and the Egyptian military is again ruling the country. In a new FRONTLINE documentary, a follow up to the 2011 Emmy Award winning film, "A Revolution in Cairo," GlobalPost's Charlie Sennott explores the current moment of upheaval and chaos. He will discuss his most recent analysis of the origins of the crisis in Egypt and what happens next.

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