Egypt's Presidential Elections: The Way Forward

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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 U.S.-Egyptian relationship?

Join us BY PHONE as four veteran analysts of Egypt and its politics offer their observations on these critical matters.

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Speakers

  • Jane Harman

    Director, President, and CEO, Wilson Center
  • Amr Moussa

    Head of the 50-Member Constitutional Committee, former Secretary General of the Arab League and former Egyptian Foreign Minister
  • Dalia Ziada

    Executive Director, Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies, Egypt
  • Nathan J Brown

    Fellow
    Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, George Washington University
  • Gamal Helal

    Former Interpreter and Advisor to Democrat and Republican Presidents
  • Aaron David Miller

    Aaron David Miller

    Vice President for New Initiatives and Middle East Program Director