The Center for Middle Eastern and North African Politics kindly invites you
to a lecture:
11 December 2013 - 12.30 - 2 pm
Garystr. 55/Lecture Room A, 14195 Berlin (U Thielplatz)
Egypt's internal developments in the summer of 2013 have raised much
controversy domestically and internationally about the future of the
revolutionary path in the country. A coup, a corrective revolution or a new
wave of the Egyptian revolution are highly debated descriptions of these
developments in both academic and policy circles. The presenters are going
to discuss the case of Egypt's developments from two complementing angles,
democracy and security.
Sally Khalifa Isaac, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Political Science
(IR) at Cairo University.
Amal Hamada, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Political Science
(Comparative Politics) at Cairo University.
The lecture will be held in English.