On Wednesday, May 7th, 2014 leaders from the public and private sector in both the United States and Egypt joined together in Washington, DC to discuss the shifting nature of Egypt on a regional and international focus. These individuals specfically focused on the country’s partnership with the United States.
Over the course of the day, generals from the United States Armed Forces discussed counterterrorism in the country; former senators and representatives who played a major role in foreign relations examined cross-cultural diplomacy; international leaders in entrepreneurship tackled the outlook for the Egyptian economy; and the President of Egypt’s new constitutional committee gave his advice for the next generation of Egyptian leaders.
Egypt has, and will continue to play an important role for the United States and its role in the Middle East and the world. We welcome you to join us in our exploration of this critical country as it finds its roots in the 21st century.
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