Videos and Podcasts

 

Oscar and Shoshana Trachtenberg Faculty Prizes 2015

George Washington University, 13 April 2015

 

Tunisia's Landmark Constitution: What You Need to Know

The Middle East Institute, in collaboration with The American Tunisian Association, The Project on Middle East Democracy (POMED), and the Conflict Management Program at SAIS, 11 February 2014

 

Egypt’s Constitutional Future Part I  and Part II

AUC Forum 6 February 2014

 

Egypt's New Constitution: Fulfilling the Revolution's Goals?

Atlantic Council, 11 December 2013

 

Arab Constitutions in the 21st Century: A New Beginning or Unhappy Ending?

Dallah Albaraka Lecture on Islamic Law & Civilization, Yale University Law School, 5 November 2013

 

Journal of Democracy Podcast: Nathan Brown on "Egypt's Failed Transition"

National Endowment for Democracy, 29 October 2013

 

POMEPS Conversations 24 with Nathan J. Brown

Interview with Marc Lynch, Project on Middle East Political Science, 27 August 2013

 

Can Egypt Move Forward After Violent Crackdown?

PBS NewsHour, 14 August 2013

 

4th annual conference “The middle east in transition “

Hebrew University, 12 June 2013

 

Egypt Sets out on a dangerous path

Italian Institute of International Affairs (IAI), 11 March 2013

 

Whatever Happened to the Arab Spring?

University of Virginia, 13 February 2013

 

POMEPS Conversations 11 with Nathan J. Brown

Interview with Marc Lynch, Project on Middle East Political Science, 12 December 2012

 

Islamist Movements After the Arab Uprisings and What They Mean to the United States

Baltimore Council on World Affairs, 27 November 2012

 

As Egypt's Constitution in Limbo, Morsi Grabs More Power

PBS NewsHour, 23 November 2012

 

Challenges Ahead for Egypt

Middle East Institute, 18 November 2012

 

Post-Tahrir Politics and the Puzzling End to Islamic Inflation

New York University Center for Constitutional Transitions 24 October 2012

 

The Future of the Palestinian Authority: Is Collapse an Option?

Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 10 October 2012

 

Role of Islamist Movements after the Arab Spring

Elliott Schoool of International Affairs, George Washington University, 24 May 2012

 

Regional Politics in the Middle East

Elliott Schoool of International Affairs, George Washington University, 16 May 2011

 

Islam and Politics in the New Egypt

Belfer Center, Harvard University, 7 April 2011

 

The World: Ruling by emergency law

Interview with Marco Werman, Public Radio International, 31 March 2011

 

Islam, Human Rights and Constitutionalism

Middlebury College, 2 March 2007

 

 

 


National Public Radio

 

Weekend Edition Saturday

Egypt's Activists Battle Anti-Protest Law — And Protest Fatigue

by MERRIT KENNEDY

APRIL 26, 2014 

 

Morning Edition

In Egypt, A New Courtroom Drama Every Day

by LEILA FADEL

MARCH 14, 2014 

 

All Things Considered

Doubt And Insecurity Loom As Egypt Goes To The Polls

by LEILA FADEL

JANUARY 14, 2014 

 

All Things Considered

Egyptians To Vote On New Constitution For Troubled Nation

JANUARY 11, 2014 

 

All Things Considered

Egyptians Poised To Vote On Controversial New Constitution

DECEMBER 05, 2013 

 

All Things Considered

Back To The Future: Calls Grow For A Military Ruler In Egypt

by LEILA FADEL

NOVEMBER 18, 2013 

 

Morning Edition

Members Of Congress Urged To Cut Aid To Egypt

AUGUST 19, 2013 

 

All Things Considered

Egypt's Security Agencies Back, Now With A New Mandate

by SORAYA SARHADDI NELSON

AUGUST 12, 2013 

 

All Things Considered

In Egypt, 'Third Square' Protesters Seek Middle Road

by SORAYA SARHADDI NELSON

AUGUST 02, 2013 

 

Weekend Edition Sunday

Will Egypt's Fragile Democracy Stick?

JULY 07, 2013 

 

All Things Considered

Opponents To Mark Morsi's First Year In Office With Protests

by MERRIT KENNEDY

JUNE 27, 2013 

 

Morning Edition

Egypt Heads For Showdown Over New Constitution

by MERRIT KENNEDY

DECEMBER 13, 2012 

 

Morning Edition

Egyptian Protesters Display Newfound Unity

by SORAYA SARHADDI NELSON

DECEMBER 07, 2012 

 

Weekend Edition Sunday

Looking To Rebuild, Egypt Leans On New Constitution

OCTOBER 21, 2012 

 

Weekend Edition Sunday

The Challenge For President Morsi: Unite Egypt

by MERRIT KENNEDY

JUNE 30, 2012 

 

Talk of the Nation

Another Detour On Egypt's Path To Democracy

JUNE 18, 2012 

 

NPR and Wilson Center Present: 'The National Conversation' on “The Islamists Are Coming”

 JUNE 15, 2012 

 

Weekend Edition sunday

Egyptian Candidate's Broad Appeal Has Risks

by MERRIT KENNEDY

MAY 13, 2012 

 

All Things Considered

Political Rift Widens Between Egyptian Islamists

by SORAYA SARHADDI NELSON

MAY 04, 2012 

 

All Things Considered

Mubarak's Trial Ends, Sentencing Set For June

by SORAYA SARHADDI NELSON

FEBRUARY 22, 2012 

 

Morning Edition

Rifts Develop In Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood

by SORAYA SARHADDI NELSON

JULY 13, 2011 

 

Mubarak Speech May Add Fuel To Protesters' Fire

by JENNIFER LUDDEN

FEBRUARY 10, 2011 

 

Morning Edition

Protesters Demand Changes To Egypt's Constitution

FEBRUARY 08, 2011 

 

Morning Edition

U.S. Struggles To Keep Egypt Position Clear

by JACKIE NORTHAM

FEBRUARY 07, 2011 

 

Thousands Of Protesters Dig In Their Heels In Cairo

FEBRUARY 07, 2011 

 

Obama Makes Little Progress On Mideast Peace

by COREY FLINTOFF

SEPTEMBER 22, 2009 

 

Morning Edition

Shiite Alliance Leads Count in Iraq Elections

DECEMBER 21, 2005 

 

Morning Edition

Parsing the Language of Iraq's Draft Constitution

OCTOBER 11, 2005 

 

All Things Considered

Expectations for Iraq's Draft Constitution

by DEBORAH AMOS

SEPTEMBER 12, 2005 

 

Morning Edition

Revisiting Milestones as Iraq Constitution Nears

by LINDA WERTHEIMER

AUGUST 03, 2005 

 

Talk of the Nation

Building Consensus on Iraq's Constitution

by NEAL CONAN

JULY 26, 2005 

 

All Things Considered

Tasks Ahead for Iraq's National Assembly

by MELISSA BLOCK

FEBRUARY 14, 2005 

 

All Things Considered

Iraqis Sign Interim Constitution

by ROBERT SIEGEL

MARCH 08, 2004