The United States, Egypt and the Middle East in a New Era

Wednesday, March 27, 2019 from 06:30 pm to 09:00 pm

Event Details

WHEN
Wednesday, March 27, 2019 from 06:30 pm to 09:00 pm
WHERE
The George Washington University @ 1957 E St NW, Elliot School of International Affairs at City View Room, Washington, District of Columbia, 20052, USA

CONTACT
AUC Alumni Chapter in Washington, D.C.
6469184895 6469184895
Description

AUC alumni experts discuss today’s political climate and the shifting relationships between the United States, Egypt and the Middle East in recent years.

Speakers:

Mirette Mabrouk ’89
Senior Fellow, Director of the Egypt program
Middle East Institute

Edward W. Gnehm (YAB ’67)
Vice Dean, Kuwait Professor of Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Affairs 
Director, Middle East Policy Forum
Elliot School of International Affairs
The George Washington University 

Diane Singerman (CASA ’85)
Associate Professor, Department of Government
American University 

Moderator: 

Nathan Brown (CASA ’84)
AUC Trustee
Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
The George Washington University

Cost and Tickets
No ticketing info provided for this event.
Organizer

AUC Alumni Chapter in Washington, D.C.

Phone: 6469184895 6469184895

shadiafifi@aucegypt.edu
Venue

The George Washington University @ 1957 E St NW, Elliot School of International Affairs

City View Room, Washington, District of Columbia, 20052, USA

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