The Temple Issues Forum (TIF) features a discussion on the current state of affairs in Egypt and how US policy has shaped certain tremendous outcomes in recent history.
To discuss the issue are Trudy Rubin, world correspondent for the Philadelphia Inquirer; Wael Nawara, a political strategist and political party organizer who recently served as a fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government; Ashraf Khalil, Middle East Correspondent for Time Magazine and author of Liberation Square, about the uprising in 2011 that led Egypt's Hosni Mubarak to resign as President; and Nancy Okail, executive director of the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Politics. The program is moderated by Ndidi Anyaegbunam, a development specialist in African Affairs at the United Nations who graduated with distinction from Temple University. Khalil and Nawara will be speaking and taking questions direct from Cairo via SKYPE.
TIF is an organization that presents debates on current events of interest to the campus, the community and the world.