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An Egyptian living in South Korea and Trade Union members attend protest at the Egyptian embassy.

Feb. 08, 2011

We’ll look at what the ongoing political unrest in Egypt means for the future of U.S. foreign policy for the Middle East and what philosophical changes the U.S. government may need to make. Michael Rubin of the conservative American Enterprise Institute Ahmad Sadri, professor of World Studies at Lake Forest College, Professor Stephen Walt of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and Diane Singerman, professor of Middle East Studies at American University, join the discussion.