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  • Political Transition and New Constitution
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    Political Transition and New Constitution

    Panelists talked about the political process, forming governments, and drafting new national constitutions in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya following political uprisings that occurred in the “Arab…

  • The Muslim Brotherhood
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    The Muslim Brotherhood

    Witnesses testified about unrest in the Arab world and the role of groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. Witnesses included an Egyptian born Islamic scholar who was granted political…

  • Israel and Gaza Flotilla
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    Israel and Gaza Flotilla

    Scholars talked about Israel’s raid on a Turkish aid flotilla to Gaza and its impact on the Middle East peace process. Among the topics they addressed were the impact of the Israeli blockade on…

  • Possibility of Civil War in Iraq
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    Possibility of Civil War in Iraq

    Panelists talked about the future of Iraq, political struggles between different factions, and U.S. policy in the country. Mr. Kagan moderated the panel which responded to comments and…

  • Palestinian Elections
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    Palestinian Elections

    A panel of Middle East experts, recently returned from Palestine, discussed the implications of the Hamas victory in Palestinian parliamentary elections, the likely impact on the Middle…

  • Iraqi Constitution
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    Iraqi Constitution

    Mr. Brown talked about the October 15 popular referendum on the Iraqi Constitution. He discussed the impact of the Constitution on the role of Islamic and family laws. The guest also spoke…

  • Political Reform in Arab Countries
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    Political Reform in Arab Countries

    Middle East scholars discussed political change in the Arab world. Topics included Bush administration foreign policy, democratization, human rights, monarchies, the fall of Saddam Hussein,…