2011 Gockel International Symposium
“Charting a New Course for Egypt”
September 22, 2011
Missouri Southern State University, Joplin, MO
National Council President & CEO Dr. John Duke Anthony joined Dr. Mark Long, Director of Middle East Studies and Associate Professor at Baylor University, as the featured speakers at Missouri Southern State University’s 2011 Gockel International Symposium in September. The symposium focused on “Charting a New Course for Egypt.” Audio and video from the September 22 morning discussion with Dr. Anthony (“The Changing Nature of America’s Interests in Egypt: Implications for U.S. Policies”) and from the September 22 evening discussion with both Dr. Long (“If We Turn Our Backs”) and Dr. Anthony (“Egypt in Regional and World Affairs: Dynamics of Convergence and Divergence”) is available from the Council through iTunes and other podcast services as well here.
Dr. John Duke Anthony – The Changing Nature of America’s Interests in Egypt: Implications for U.S. Policies (.mp3)
Dr. Mark Long – If We Turn Our Backs / Dr. John Duke Anthony – Egypt in Regional and World Affairs: Dynamics of Convergence and Divergence (.mp3)
Speaker: New Egypt will likely draw from Arab, Western governments – Joplin Globe, September 22, 2011