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Montana University discusses MB impact on Egypt
Montana University discusses MB impact on Egypt
The Eighth Annual, Central and Southwest Asia Conference at University of Montana is scheduled to take place on April 21-23.
Thursday, April 22,2010 19:35
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The Eighth Annual, Central and Southwest Asia Conference at the University of Montana is scheduled to take place on April 21-23.

A large number of renowned international scientists, diplomats, journalists, analysts and researchers; will participate to discuss the challenges facing these countries, and its impact on the United States.

The conference will cover the topics including, the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the Gulen movement in Turkey , Kazakhstan : the birth of the power of new regional, the failure of democracy in Afghanistan and Georgia : Political geography, regional and state-building. The main session on Friday will discuss the "Religion and State in Central Asia ".

tags: International Scientists / Diplomats / Journalists / Analysts / Democracy / Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt
Posted in MB Understanding , Islamic Movements , MB Around The World  
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