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Egypt’s Changing Face and the Implications for Israel and the Region

Egypt’s Changing Face and the Implications for Israel and the Region

March 23, 2011

Social Sciences & Humanities

On Thursday, February 17, 2011, AABGU held a special live-from-Israel briefing for its leadership nationwide about the political crisis taking place in Egypt.

The featured speaker was Prof. Yoram Meital, an Egypt expert and chair of BGU’s Chaim Herzog Center for Middle East Studies and Diplomacy.

The hour-long teleconference was attended by over 70 AABGU lay leaders across the country, and included a live Q&A session.

Listen to the full audio of the teleconference:

 

Read more what Prof. Meital said about crisis in Egypt when it first began »

Professor Yoram Meital is a regarded expert on Egypt-Israel relations, the politics of Arab states and nationalism in the Middle East. He has been quoted regularly about the crisis in Egypt in the media. He is the author of Egypt’s Struggle for Peace: Continuity and Change, 1967-1977. Prof. Meital obtained his Ph.D. in Middle East Studies from Haifa University and did his postdoctoral studies in Oxford University as a senior associate member at St. Antony’s College.