Issued by CEMO Center - Paris
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Professor of political science: US institutions know Egypt's strategic importance

Wednesday 11/November/2020 - 05:56 PM
The Reference

Dr. Mohamed Kamal, professor of external relations at Cairo University, said that Biden will rely on institutions; Unlike Trump, he is the son of the state and its institutions.

He added in the "Al Bawaba News" seminar on foreign relations for Biden after winning the American elections, that Egypt's relationship with American institutions, especially defense and national security, is very good, and they know Egypt's strategic importance.

He explained that the names that are mentioned in the media are reasonable, logical, and have good relations with Egypt.

This is come in Live broadcast to CEMO’s seminar on America's expected foreign policy line under Joe Biden.

Al-Bawaba Institute and the Center for Middle East Studies in Paris (CEMO) organize a seminar on America's expected foreign policy line under Joe Biden.

Debates during the seminar look into the expected future shape of U.S. policies under President-elect Joe Biden when he takes over in January.

Assistant foreign minister for European affairs and Egypt's former ambassador in Rome, Amr Helmi, participate in the seminar, along with Egypt's former ambassador in Washington, Mohamed Tawfiq.

Participating in the seminar will also be Mohamed Kamal, a professor of political science at Cairo University, and Chairman of the Board and Editor-in-Chief of al-Bawaba and Chairman of the Board of CEMO, Abdel Rahim Ali.

Renowned journalist, Magdi al-Daqaq, moderates the seminar.

Discussions in the seminar focus on international reactions to the return to power in the U.S. by the Democratic Party, the welcome the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood organization extended after Biden's election victory, the position of the new administration in the U.S. to the ongoing rise in terrorist attacks in Europe and fears from a spread of these attacks around the world.

The event will especially focus on the expected U.S. foreign policy line in the Middle East, in the light of Turkish and Iranian ambitions in the region, and the crises in Syria, Iraq, Libya and Yemen.

It also discuss the future of the aspired settlement to the Palestinian cause.