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Two experts discussed political and social conflict in Yemen since the Arab Spring and the current state of the country in a Feb. 22 discussion.

Experts Discuss Conflict in Post-Arab Spring Yemen

By Caleigh Keating, Events Desk Editor March 1, 2024

Two experts discussed political and social conflict in Yemen and historical instability in the country in a Feb. 22 event.   The panel, hosted by the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies (CCAS)...

COURTESY OMAR ALSHOGRE | Syrian dissident Omar Alshogre (GRD 25) went viral after a video of him reacting to his acceptance to Georgetown was posted to Twitter.

Syrian Refugee Who Survived Imprisonment Under Assad Accepted to Georgetown

By Grace Buono November 20, 2020

Omar Alshogre (GRD ’24) was driving through the mountains of Norway when he received an email notifying him he was accepted to Georgetown University just nine days after applying. Because he had never...

Egypt Summer Program Cancelled

By Mallika Sen April 3, 2013

The Office of International Programs has cancelled the Georgetown 2013 Summer Program in Alexandria, Egypt due to safety concerns. The OIP Division of Overseas Studies released a message this afternoon...

Ambassadors Celebrate Franco-German Treaty

By Ivan Robinson February 5, 2013

French Ambassador Francois Delattre joined officials from the French and German embassies Friday in a roundtable discussion commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Elysee Treaty, or Treaty of Friendship,...

Picking Up the Pieces

By Sarah Amos August 19, 2012

CAIRO — As the crowds marched to Tahrir Square Wednesday, a sense of excitement coursed through the dusty air. Young boys sold Egyptian flags. Vendors smoked sweet potatoes in wheeled wood burning...

Blog Gives First Looks at Middle East

By Ben Santucci March 27, 2011

While many Georgetown students have followed the images of chanting crowds in Egypt and smoke-filled streets in Tunisia from the safety of their dorm rooms, recent grad David Dietz (COL '10) has been...

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