Trump and Egypt: Springtime for Sisi?, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy

We hope you will join us as Eric evaluates President Trump's first weeks in office to answer these questions and explore the challenges and opportunities Trump will face over the next four years.

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Posted February 28, 2017

Trump and Egypt: Springtime for Sisi? with Eric Trager, Esther K. Wagner Fellow, The Washington Institute

Date
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
7:30 p.m. - Cocktails and Conversation 

Location
The Amirian Group
57 West 21st Street
(Between Fifth and Sixth Avenues)
New York City

Hosted by David Amirian and Ben Brash

President Trump will need to balance American security interests in the Middle East against our commitment to liberal and democratic values, especially in Egypt. How will the Trump Administration's policies shape U.S.-Egypt relations? What will Trump's relationship with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi mean for American policy and our regional allies?

We hope you will join us as Eric evaluates President Trump's first weeks in office to answer these questions and explore the challenges and opportunities Trump will face over the next four years.

Please RSVP by Wednesday, March 1 to Morgan Anastasio at [email protected] or 610-390-7375.

*The Abramson Young Leaders program is exclusively for individuals ages 25-35.

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