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POMED hosts periodic events in various venues around Washington, DC, covering a wide range of topics related to U.S. support for democracy in the Middle East. The Washington Dialogue Events series seeks to promote dialogue and build consensus among the Washington policymaking community about how genuine democracies can develop in the Middle East and how the U.S. can best support that process.
Recent Events:
Will the Monarchs Reform? Challenges to Democracy in the Gulf (September 26, 2012)
The Legacy of Iran’s Green Movement: Film Screening and Discussion on The Green Wave (August 9, 2012)
The Federal Budget and Appropriations for FY 2013: Democracy, Governance, and Human Rights in the Middle East (July 19, 2012)
Tunisia in Transition: What Role for the International Community? (July 8, 2012 in Tunis, Tunisia)
Road Bumps in Tunisia: Understanding Emerging Tensions (June 29, 2012)
Is Egypt On or Off the Rails? (June 21, 2012)
Libya on the Eve of Elections: Examining the Challenges of Political and Economic Development​(June 12, 2012)
Past Events
Bahrain at the Boiling Point? Failed Reforms, Mounting Frustration (May 3, 2012)
Egypt’s Transition: Military Rule, Human Rights Challenges, and U.S. Policy Choices (March 28, 2012)
4th Annual POMED Leaders for Democracy Awards Reception (March 1, 2012)
The Success Story of the Arab Spring? An Update on Tunisia’s Transition (February 29, 2012)
Turkish Democracy: A Model Abroad, Troubled at Home? (February 22, 2012)
The Unfinished February 14 Uprising: What Next for Bahrain? (February 9, 2012)
After the BICI Report: What Next for Bahrain? (December 5, 2011)
Beyond Morocco’s Elections: Prospects for Genuine Reform? (November 18, 2011)
Egypt’s Parliamentary Elections: Expectations and Challenges (November 15, 2011)
After the Tunisian Vote: Analyzing the First Elections of the Arab Spring (October 28, 2011)
Previewing Tunisia’s Historic Elections (October 14, 2011)
Strengthening Arab Democracy: U.S. Assistance after the Uprisings (October 12, 2011)
The Arab Uprisings and the UN (September 13, 2011)
The Federal Budget and Appropriations for FY 2012: Democracy, Governance, and Human Rights in the Middle East (July 19, 2011)
Supporting a Democratic Transition in a Post-Gadhafi Libya: What Can the U.S. Do? (July 14, 2011)
Tensions in the Persian Gulf After the Arab Uprisings: Implications for U.S. Policy (June 29, 2011)
Egypt’s Transition and the Challenge of Security Sector Reform (May 18, 2011)
Youth Activism, the January 25 Revolution, and Egypt’s Transition (April 6, 2011)
After the Uprisings:  U.S. Policy in a Changing Middle East (February 10, 2011)
Egypt on the Brink (February 3, 2011)
Egypt’s Elections: Boycotts, Campaigns, and Monitors (October 19, 2010)
Is Turkey Becoming Less Democratic? (September 13, 2010)
Obama’s Multilateral Engagement: What Does It Mean for Democracy & Human Rights in the Middle East? (June 30, 2010)
FY2011 Appropriations and Middle East Democracy (April 19, 2010)
New Media and Reform in the Middle East: The Case of Lebanon (March 5, 2010)
Looking Back & Moving Forward: Human Rights in the Arab World in 2009 and Beyond (February 16, 2010)
Assessing a “New Way Forward”: One Year of the Obama Administration in the Middle East(January 20, 2010)
U.S. Military Assistance: Obstacle or Opportunity for Reform? (December 11, 2009)
Rediscovering Multilateralism: Toward a Cooperative Approach to Middle East Reform (October 2, 2009)
Engaging on Human Rights in the Middle East: Multilateral Frameworks and the Role of the U.S. (September 1, 2009)
Release of The Federal Budget and Appropriations for Fiscal Year 2010: Democracy, Governance, and Human Rights in the Middle East, an analysis of the FY2010 foreign aid request and budget (July 28, 2009)
Restoring Credibility on Human Rights and Democracy: Detention, Rendition and the Middle East (June 15, 2009)
Analyzing Obama’s Speech to the Muslim World (June 4, 2009)
Rediscovering Multilateralism: Toward a Cooperative Approach to Middle East Reform (May 22, 2009)
Looking Forward: An Integrated Strategy for Supporting Democracy and Human Rights in Egypt (May 20, 2009)
Democratic Reform: Conflict or Stability? (March 17, 2009)
Strategies for Engaging Political Islam: A Middle East, US and EU Trialogue (February 26, 2009)
Human Rights in the Arab World: A Report from the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies​(February 6, 2009)
Foreign Assistance in a Time of Crisis: Priorities for a New Administration (January 29, 2009)
Speaking Clearly: What Should President Obama Say to the Middle East? (January 12, 2009)
‘Exporting,’ ‘Spreading’ or ‘Supporting’ Middle East Democracy: A Discussion with James Traub (October 20, 2008)
Religion and State: A Middle East, U.S. And EU ‘Trialogue’ (October 6, 2008)
A Time of Transition: U.S. Impact on Reform in a Changing Middle East (September 22, 2008)
Egypt Today: The State of Human Rights and Rule of Law (September 10, 2008)
Middle East Reform: Recommendations from the Region (July 29, 2008)
Turkey’s Political Crisis: Implications for the Middle East (July 24 2008)
What Women Want: Voices from the Middle East (June 24, 2008)
Perceptions of U.S. Democracy Promotion: American and Middle Eastern Views (May 23, 2008)
Fiscal Year 2009 Appropriations and Democracy, Governance, and Human Rights in the Middle East (April 29, 2008)
Religious Freedom and Democratization in the Middle East: Links and Challenges (February 22, 2008)
From the Ground Up: Assessing Efforts to Promote Local Democratic Development in Iraq (January 24, 2008)
The State of Reform: Human Rights, Democratic Development and Individual Freedoms in Saudi Arabia and the Arab Gulf States (November 1, 2007)
Islamist Political Participation and Democratic Development: The Cases of Turkey and Morocco (September 27, 2007)
“Bringing the World Home” Conferences 2007
The Muslim Brotherhood and the Egyptian Regime: Towards Confrontation? (March 19, 2007)
Sectarianism or Civil Rights: Reform in the Gulf (October 18, 2006)
Defining Democracy: Contested Visions of Governance in the Middle East (April 24, 2006)
Counting Votes: U.S. Policy and Middle East Elections (February 21, 2006)
Democracy, Self Interest and Ideology: A discussion of U.S. Policy Towards Political Islam (November 15, 2005)
Developing Democracy: America’s Involvement in Iraq’s Constitution (October 12, 2005)
Political Reform in Egypt: Is ‘Kifaya’ Really Enough? (May 2, 2005)
U.S. – Libya Relations: Beyond Silence (March 2, 2005)
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