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On the margins of the 2013 Global Diaspora Forum, the Partners for a New Beginning Secretariat at the Aspen Institute hosted a roundtable discussion on ways that the diaspora can advance economic...
Tags: Diaspora, PNB, Partners for a New Beginning, Investment, Remittances, indonesia, Pakistan, Jordan, the Palestinian Territories, Turkey, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Mauritania
Surrounded by political uncertainty, the Egyptian economy has experienced a sharp decline over the past two years. While the Egyptian government struggles to maintain macroeconomic stability and...
Tags: Egypt, economy, Middle East, private sector, economic statecraft
Freelance journalist Mona Eltahawy at a Socrates seminar event on her arrest in Egypt and how Twitter helped her get her message out and, ultimately, freed.Watch the full session.
Tags: Egypt, Mona Eltahawy, Socrates Program, Socrates Video
Author, historian and journalist Robin Wright speaks about her newest work, "Rock the Casbah: Rage and Rebellion Across the Islamic World." Moderated by Aspen Institute CEO and President Walter...
Tags: Middle East, Iran, Egypt
A spirited discussion on the current state of law and order in Egypt featuring panelists who are legal and area experts, all of whom are intimately plugged-in with the real-time events taking place...
Tags: Justice, Law, Egypt
Dr. Iman Bibars, an Egyptian national based in Cairo, has been a regional leader for the past 25 years. The discussion will center on Egypt’s pivotal role in shaping a new voice for change in the...
Tags: Egypt
Note from Todd Breyfogle, director, Seminars, The Aspen Institute: Aspen Seminar participant Amr Attia reflects on how his time in Aspen shaped his involvement in Egypt’s march to democracy. An...
Tags: Obama, Aspen Seminar, Egypt, Todd Breyfogle, Cairo, Tahrir Square, Amr Attia

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