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YPFP Brussels: Policy Picnic: Crisis flashpoints - Unrest in Egypt and Turkey
WHAT: Policy Picnic: Crisis flashpoints - Unrest in Egypt and Turkey
WHEN: Wednesday, 31 July at 12.15pm
WHERE: Parc Cinquantenaire (Rue de la Loi entrance near Schuman roundabout - map)
WHO: YPFP Members and Friends
Wondering what to do with your long Brussels lunches over summer?
Then join YPFP for our policy picnics, bring your lunch and discuss the latest in foreign policy.
Please sign up to our special policy picnics mailing list so you can be kept up to date on upcoming picnics and the final location of the picnic (to be decided 24 hours in advance to accommodate for Belgian weather) here!
We will share more details with you on further picnics throughout August!
For now: view our reading list:
Why Turkey's experience of military rule does not offer a hopeful precedent for Egypt.
BY IHSAN DAGI |JULY 26, 2013
The Middle East turmoil trap
By Javier Solana - 26.07.2013
Digging in ever deeper
July 29th 2013,
VIDEO (25min debate): Egypt: Revolution or uprising?
Inside Story, with presenter Mike Hanna, is joined by guests: Zakaryya Abdel-Hady, an assistant professor of Islamic thought and culture at Qatar University; and Azzam Tamimi, the director of the Institute of Islamic Political Thought.
26 Jul 2013
Egypt's revolution: Dead or alive?
29 July, 2013
Egypt’s Missed Opportunity