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21st Century U.S.-Egypt Strategic Relations Conf. - Bios

21st Century U.S.-Egypt Strategic Relations Conf. - Bios

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Panel One: U.S. Egyptian Strategic Relations – Moving Forward

Egypt is the most populous and traditionally, one of the most influential countries in the Middle East. The United States has had long-term military, cultural, and economic links with the country. Recently, due in part to lack of knowledge and understanding of political change in Egypt, that relationship has faltered.

This panel will discuss the importance of the relationship, and the key issues both Cairo and Washington will need to build upon to strengthen the partnership.

Chair: Ms. Lara Jakes

Panelists: Senator Norm Coleman; Mr. Gamel Helal; Congressman Jim Kolbe



Key Note Speaker: H.E. Amr Moussa

Amr Moussa is a leading Egyptian politician and diplomat who was the Secretary-General of the Arab League from 2001 to 2011. Previously he served in the government of Egypt as Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1991 to 2001. Last September, he was elected president of the committee of 50 representing all segments of Egyptian society that authored the new constitution, which was subsequently approved in a referendum in January 2014.



Presentation: Terrorism and the Sinai

Mr. Zack Gold



Panel Two: Counter-Terrorism & Regional Security

Egypt merits the attention and concern of all nations due to its natural position as the leader of the Middle East and Africa; its counter-terrorism efforts; the importance of securing its borders; the Suez Canal; and its key position on both the Red Sea and the Mediterranean.

This panel will discuss the recent terrorism spike in Egypt, its implications for the region, and what key issues both Cairo and Washington can focus on to overcome this terrorism threat.

Chair: LtGen. John Castellaw, USMC (Ret)

Panelists: Gen. Carter F. Ham, USA (Ret); HE Amb. Yousef Al Otaiba, UAE



Panel Three: Investment Climate, and Entrepreneurship

Egypt is the largest economic market in the Middle East, with over 90 million people. An open and competitive economy, a politically stable government, and the potential for investment from nations around the world will be key in the growth and the sustainability of Egypt. Not only will this produce stability for the region, but it will also encourage entrepreneurship and the foreign investment that Egypt needs to be a strong American ally.

This panel will discuss the key economic changes Egypt will need to go through, as well as the vast business.

Chair: Mr. Nelson Cunningham

Panelist: Mr. Dante Disparte; Mr. Khush Choksy; Mr. Basil El Baz
Panel One: U.S. Egyptian Strategic Relations – Moving Forward

Egypt is the most populous and traditionally, one of the most influential countries in the Middle East. The United States has had long-term military, cultural, and economic links with the country. Recently, due in part to lack of knowledge and understanding of political change in Egypt, that relationship has faltered.

This panel will discuss the importance of the relationship, and the key issues both Cairo and Washington will need to build upon to strengthen the partnership.

Chair: Ms. Lara Jakes

Panelists: Senator Norm Coleman; Mr. Gamel Helal; Congressman Jim Kolbe



Key Note Speaker: H.E. Amr Moussa

Amr Moussa is a leading Egyptian politician and diplomat who was the Secretary-General of the Arab League from 2001 to 2011. Previously he served in the government of Egypt as Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1991 to 2001. Last September, he was elected president of the committee of 50 representing all segments of Egyptian society that authored the new constitution, which was subsequently approved in a referendum in January 2014.



Presentation: Terrorism and the Sinai

Mr. Zack Gold



Panel Two: Counter-Terrorism & Regional Security

Egypt merits the attention and concern of all nations due to its natural position as the leader of the Middle East and Africa; its counter-terrorism efforts; the importance of securing its borders; the Suez Canal; and its key position on both the Red Sea and the Mediterranean.

This panel will discuss the recent terrorism spike in Egypt, its implications for the region, and what key issues both Cairo and Washington can focus on to overcome this terrorism threat.

Chair: LtGen. John Castellaw, USMC (Ret)

Panelists: Gen. Carter F. Ham, USA (Ret); HE Amb. Yousef Al Otaiba, UAE



Panel Three: Investment Climate, and Entrepreneurship

Egypt is the largest economic market in the Middle East, with over 90 million people. An open and competitive economy, a politically stable government, and the potential for investment from nations around the world will be key in the growth and the sustainability of Egypt. Not only will this produce stability for the region, but it will also encourage entrepreneurship and the foreign investment that Egypt needs to be a strong American ally.

This panel will discuss the key economic changes Egypt will need to go through, as well as the vast business.

Chair: Mr. Nelson Cunningham

Panelist: Mr. Dante Disparte; Mr. Khush Choksy; Mr. Basil El Baz

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