World experts discuss future global developments such as the rise of Asia, the impact of demographic changes in the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa, and the role of the Global South in the world.
Policy and People at Egypt’s Global University
For scholar and diplomat Daniel Levy, this much is clear: until Israel loses its sense of impunity, the peace process goes nowhere
How did the insiders and diplomats who witnessed the Camp David proceedings experience those events?
In a speech which may have policy implications for the Trump Administration’s Middle East policy, the United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo lays out plans for the region at the American University in Cairo.
New detection system uses robotics to identify the disease, cutting down on time and human error
For long-time scholar of American foreign policy, William Quandt, it’s still too hard to say what Trump wants in the Middle East
Why American Islamophobia seems to be declining in the age of Trump
How to fight foreign perceptions that the Arab World is violent and in complete turmoil
Can Tunisia serve as a model for Arab Spring countries?
Donald Trump claims he is the master of deal-making, but will his much-touted “Deal of the Century” be favorable to the Arabs and Palestinians?
The work of award-winning Egyptian-Lebanese artist Bahia Shehab focuses on issues of identity and injustice.
A profile of Egyptian feminist and founder of Bint Al-Nil journal Doria Shafik.
Happenings, speakers, and events at the American University in Cairo in Spring 2018.
How to address the challenge of nuclear proliferation in the Middle East.
Egyptian bloggers, writing and reporting on the January 25 uprising, suddenly went offline after 2015. Why and where are they now?
Happenings, speakers, and events at the American University in Cairo in Winter 2018.
The rise of populist governments worldwide is not the byproduct of winning or losing political systems, but rather of a failing world order.
Is Europe facing a crisis? There were two opposite views in “The Future of Europe,” the latest panel discussion in AUC’s Tahrir Dialogue series. Ambassador of France in Egypt Stéphane Romatet said that for the first time in over seventy years, Europe is experiencing a “deep internal crisis,” marked by the rise of Euroscepticism within political parties (skepticism and rejection of the European Union), the dismantling of its territory, and the crisis of federalism in countries like Belgium, » Read more about: Is Europe Facing a Crisis? »
The film Eshtebak causes an uproar in Egypt.
Happenings, speakers, and events at the American University in Cairo in Fall 2017.