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  1. AUDIO: Europe after the Greek election: Difficult decisions for a divided Europe - Economics - AEI

    June 19, 2012 http://www.aei.org/article/economics/international-economy/audio-europe-after-the-greek-election-difficult-decisions-for-a-divided-europe/

    —Huffduffed by kahudson one year ago

  2. Egypt’s Presidential Election and Public Opinion

    May 21, 2012 http://www.brookings.edu/events/2012/05/21-egypt-election

    —Huffduffed by kahudson one year ago

  3. Egyptian Elections, Round One

    May 31, 2012 The outcome of the presidential elections will have a major impact on the future of Egypt, affecting the power of the Islamist parties, the position of the military, and its economic future.

    http://www.carnegieendowment.org/2012/05/31/egyptian-elections-round-one/auz6

    —Huffduffed by kahudson one year ago

  4. Assessing Egypt’s Presidential Election | Atlantic Council

    May 29, 2012 http://www.acus.org/event/assessing-egypts-presidential-election

    —Huffduffed by kahudson one year ago

  5. Assessing U.S.-Russia Relations on the Eve of the G-8 Summit | Center for Strategic and International Studies

    May 11, 2012 http://csis.org/multimedia/audio-assessing-us-russia-relations-eve-g-8-summit

    —Huffduffed by kahudson one year ago

  6. Multimedia: Islamism and the Arab Spring - FPRI

    May 7, 2012 Though many of the protest movements associated with the Arab Spring appeared to be largely secular in nature, Islamist parties have been winning elections across the region, causing unease and uncertainty both domestically and abroad. U.S. policymakers and analysts have been divided thus far in their responses to this turn of events. How should the U.S. deal with the new regimes that bear a distinctly Islamist character? What will be the state of U.S. alliances in the new Middle East and North Africa and how will they affect our core interests in the region? It is critical for Washington to understand the individual groups that are gaining power in the Middle East and North Africa and to define its interests and goals in dealing with these new power holders. These questions will be addressed in FPRI’s Panel Discussion, which will bring together recognized policy and academic expertise to examine these challenges and their implications for U.S. foreign policy.

    http://www.fpri.org/multimedia/2012/20120507.symposium.arabspringislamism.html

    —Huffduffed by kahudson one year ago

  7. The Arab Awakening: Progress or Peril? | Atlantic Council

    http://www.acus.org/event/arab-awakening-progress-or-peril May 3, 2012

    —Huffduffed by kahudson one year ago

  8. Will the ‘Merkozy’ Economic Strategy Survive the French Elections? | Atlantic Council

    http://www.acus.org/event/will-merkozy-economic-strategy-survive-french-elections

    —Huffduffed by kahudson one year ago

  9. Russia After Presidential Elections: Putin’s Inauguration and the Future of Russian Opposition | Atlantic Council

    http://www.acus.org/event/russia-after-presidential-elections-putins-inauguration-and-future-russian-opposition

    —Huffduffed by kahudson one year ago

  10. Audio: The Russian Presidential Election | Center for Strategic and International Studies

    March 7, 2012 http://csis.org/multimedia/audio-russian-presidential-election

    —Huffduffed by kahudson 2 years ago

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