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An Egyptian farmer carries his daughter in front of wheat crops on his land in Kafr Hamouda village, in Zagazig, 63 miles (100 kilometers) northeast of Cairo, Egypt.

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Event Podcast: Philippe Fargues "Population, Generation and Nation: Understanding the Arab World Through Demography"

| March 15, 2017

Audio recording of a January 25, 2017 MEI Speaker Series event with Dr. Philippe Fargues, Founding Director of the Migration Policy Centre and Professor at the European University Institute, and MEI Associate.

Analysis & Opinions - Foreign Policy

The Middle East Welcomes Trump, Warily

| Mar. 07, 2017

David Rothkopf, CEO and editor of the FP Group, speaks to Dr. Gary Samore, executive director for research at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Kennedy School for Government at Harvard University, Randa Slim, director of the Track II Dialogues initiative at the Middle East Institute and is an adjunct research fellow at the New America Foundation, and Ben Pauker, executive editor of ForeignPolicy.com, on Trump's Middle East policies, and Peacegame, a partnership between Foreign Policy, the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. 

Panel

Benn Craig

Analysis & Opinions - Future of Diplomacy Project

Conversations in Diplomacy: Professor Muriel Rouyer and Ambassador Boris Ruge

| Feb. 27, 2017

In this installation of 'Conversations in Diplomacy,' recorded during the Future of Diplomacy Project's annual Europe Week series, guests Muriel Rouyer and Boris Ruge speak with Professor Nicholas Burns about the rise of populism in Europe, the potential outcomes of upcoming elections in France and Germany, and the effect of such factors on the transatlantic relationship.

Audio - Quarterly Journal: International Security

Podcast: China's Relations with Europe and the U.S. in the Wake of Tiananmen Square

| Nov. 20, 2012

The actions of the Chinese government during the Tiananmen Square protests nearly split the Communist Party of China.

Sarotte and Sean Lynn-Jones discuss internal party reactions to the event, how it affected relations between the U.S. and China, and lessons the CCP may have learned from other Cold War-era governments.