Guest Host: Rebecca Roberts

This week, President Barack Obama heads to Cairo to deliver his much-anticipated “Speech to the Muslim World.” Though his administration is more popular in the region than its predecessor, the President faces an array of complex diplomatic challenges. We examine what he’s likely to say, and whether his message is likely to improve America’s standing across the Middle East.


  • Samer Shehata Assistant Professor of Arab Politics, Georgetown University


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