Michele Dunne

  • June 13, 2012  

    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned Russia that its interests in Syria will be harmed if it does not attempt to stop bloodshed. Jeffrey Brown discusses the crisis’ ties to strained diplomacy with Michele Dunne of the Atlantic Council’s Center for the Middle East and Dimitri Simes of the Center for the National Interest. Continue reading

  • November 14, 2011  

    The Arab League voted overwhelmingly on Saturday to suspend Syria’s membership in an effort to further pressure President Bashar al Assad to stop the crackdown on dissidents. Margaret Warner discusses the growing frustration with Syria with The Atlantic Council’s Michele Dunne and University of Maryland’s Shibley Telhami. Continue reading

  • May 25, 2011  

    After months of agitation by protesters, Egypt’s former President Mubarak and two sons will stand trial on charges of murder, attempted murder and abuse of power. Margaret Warner discusses how the legal action could shape Egypt’s transition with Arab Reform Bulletin’s Michele Dunne and Georgetown University’s Samer Shehata. Continue reading

  • February 4, 2011  

    As demonstrators continue calls for President Hosni Mubarak’s immediate resignation, the U.S. faces diplomatic challenges in its relationship with Egypt. Judy Woodruff speaks with Michele Dunne of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Marc Lynch of George Washington University and Hisham Melhem of al-Arabiya TV. Continue reading

  • February 1, 2011  

    Jeffrey Brown looks at the makeup of the opposition in Egypt with Michele Dunne, senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Mona Eltahawy, a longtime reporter in the Middle East; and Tarek Masoud, an assistant professor of public policy at Harvard University who just returned from Egypt. Continue reading