Elections in Muslim Countries
Panelists debated the possibility of successful democracies in Muslim countries. Among the issues they discussed were the need for… read more
Panelists debated the possibility of successful democracies in Muslim countries. Among the issues they discussed were the need for patience with the democratic process in Muslim countries, reconciliation of democratic and Muslim principles, and Islamists versus non-Islamists candidates. Panelists responded to questions from the audience.
“Islamists and Elections: Where Do They Lead?” was part of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies' annual Washington Forum, titled, “Dictators and Dissidents: Should the West Choose Sides?” close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Gerecht, Reuel Marc Senior Fellow Foundation for Defense of Democracies
- Katulis, Brian Senior Fellow Center for American Progress
- Satloff, Robert Executive Director Washington Institute for Near East Policy
- Schanzer, Jonathan Vice President Foundation for Defense of Democracies
- Stephens, Bret Member Wall Street Journal->Editorial Board
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