Petra Kuppinger, who once lived in Egypt, will introduce the next Great Decisions program, which will center around that country.
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Petra Kuppinger, professor of sociology and anthropology at Monmouth College, will introduce the topic “Egypt” at the next Great Decisions program on April 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Whiteman-McMillan Highlander Room of the college’s Stockdale Center.
The popular revolution that ousted President Hosni Mubarak in 2011 ushered in the promise of radical change. Two years later, what is the state of Egyptian democracy? How will the military and the civilian government balance power?
Following opening remarks by Kuppinger, who formerly lived in Cairo, there will be approximately one hour of group discussion.
Great Decisions is a nationwide program sponsored by the Foreign Policy Association, a non-partisan, non-governmental association that works to increase Americans’ understanding of significant foreign policy issues.
For more information about Great Decisions at Monmouth College, contact Mohsin Masood at 309-457-2113 or Ruby Pentsil-Bukari at 309-457-2241.