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    Egyptian Politics

    Ambassador Raouf Adly Saad, who served as special envoy to Africa for interim Egyptian President Adly Mansour, offered an insider’s look at the situation in Egypt and the prospects for the…

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    Future of Islam in Egyptian Politics

    Experts in religion, Islam, and trans-Atlantic relations talked the future of Egypt following the military’s removal of President Morsi. They discussed the nation’s political landscape including…

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    Palestinian Authority Finances

    Panelists talked about the Palestinian Authority’s financial problems in response to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank report on the crisis. The writers of the reporter…

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    Oil Production in Iraq

    Panelists talked about oil production and distribution in Iraq, as well as challenges facing the industry in post-war Iraq. Iraq’s crude oil production had been recovering, producing a…

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    U.S.-Iraq Relations

    Panelists spoke about U.S.-Iraq relations following the formal withdrawal of U.S. troops, focusing on both the challenges and opportunities presented by the transition of the U.S.-Iraqi…

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    Implications of a Syria Revolt

    Panelists discussed ongoing violence and political unrest in Syria, as well as options for a possible resolution. Topics included U.S. sanctions against the country’s largest commercial…

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    United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan

    Staffan De Mistura talked about successes in the U.S.-led surge in Afghanistan. He also outlined crucial upcoming events and deadlines that could make or break the war effort. Earlier in…

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    The Egyptian Military

    One week after Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak ceded power to a military council following days of protests against his rule, panelists at the Middle East Institute discussed the future of…

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    Israel After Egypt

    Panelists talked about potential impact of the political revolution in Egypt on the Middle East peace process, future security concerns in the region, and the current impasse in the…

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    Unrest in Tunisia and Egypt

    A former U.S. Ambassador to Egypt and a British ambassador to Tunisia discussed the recent conflicts in Egypt and Tunisia,, the reaction in the Arab world, and the role Western governments…

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    Policy Toward Iran After Sanctions

    Trita Parsi and Michael Singh talked about the prospects for a diplomatic solution to the Iran nuclear crisis in the wake of recently imposed United Nations and U.S. sanctions. Among the…

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    Negotiating with Iran

    John Limbert talked about his new book, Negotiating with Iran: Wrestling the Ghosts of History (U.S. Institute of Peace Press, September 2009). John W. Limbert was recently appointed Deputy Assistant…

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    The Politics of Oil Booms and Busts

    Steffen Hertog delivered remarks on the politics of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). He focused on cycles of market boom and bust in the Middle East and Persian Gulf region, particularly…

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    Iraq and the Kurds

    Joost Hilterman talked about a report on rising tensions between Iraqi and Kurdish authorities in Northern Iraq. Among the topics he addressed were contentions over regional borders,…

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