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Some Egyptian Challenges in the Next Decade: What is Right, What is Not and Who Cares?

The School of Global Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP) in collaboration with the AUC forum organized a public lecture with the keynote speaker lbrahim A. Karawan, Political Science Professor and Sam Rich Scholar for Global Affairs Former Director, Middle East Center University of Utah. Karawan talked about reassessing the important challenges to Egypt domestic and international standards. He believed that the important transformations requires intensive assessment, and that there is a need to have an interdisciplinary effort with different analytical frameworks to shape the characteristics of the impacts of the challenges that we face which requires an atmosphere of freedom of thinking. During the lecture he addressed several challenges including the following points and was then followed by a Q&A session. •The role of the military institutions in politics •The need to distinguish between militant Islamists and political Islamists •Social provocation: a situation in which socio political impacts become clearly destabilizing, there is a point of suffocation and indignation that happens to the unemployed and their families. •The debate about Nile water •Energy intelligence The Lecture was part of The Schools Public Policy seminar series, and took place at the Mary Cross Hall, AUC New Cairo Campus on April 28th, 2010
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