At the event, Dr. Makram-Ebeid spoke about the prospects of democracy in Egypt, and what the current struggles mean for democracy in the country. She highlights the need for politics to dispense of radical ideologies and accept a modern, egalitarian stance toward running the country.
ASP Board Member, former New Jersey Governor, and former EPA Administrator Christine Todd Whitman spoke at the American Security Project on Tuesday, November 20 on the topic of nuclear power.
Mr. Bondarchuk highlighted three topics: Ukraine’s attempt to join the European Union, Ukraine’s energy security, and Ukraine’s military security.
The recent political impasse in Bangladesh and growing trends in militancy and terrorism raise serious concerns not only for its own stability but also the stability of the wider South Asian region. Watch each of the panels discussing key issues regarding Bangladesh.
Session four focused on the impact of various environmental and security issues for Bangladesh and the broader region.
Session Three included a discussion on the growth of Bangladesh’s economy as it opens up to the world and its bilateral and multilateral trade partners.