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Egyptian Executive Moustapha Sarhank Presents at Darden "Egypt: The Writing of a New Dawn"

A seasoned regional executive with domain expertise in several sectors and disciplines, Moustapha Sarhank is also a postgraduate scholar in the fields of business ethics and religion. He discussed the current political and economic situation in Egypt and the region during a visit to Darden on 29 February 2012.

The following video footage of Mr. Sarhank was filmed in February of 2009.
  

Topics for Discussion

  • Change, revolution and the future of Egypt
  • Doing business in Egypt
  • The influence of Islam on Egypt and Egyptian politics
  • Relations between Egypt and the U.S.
  • Leadership in a time of crisis

About Moustapha Sarhank

Moustapha Sarhank is a prominent figure in Egypt, bridging the academic and business worlds in thought leadership. He is currently a fellow in the Olsson Center for Applied Ethics at Darden. To find out more about Mr. Sarhank, please see his bio.

Recommended Reading

David D. Kirkpatrick, "Egypt's Women Find Power Still Hinges on Men," The New York Times, 9 January 2012.

Thomas L. Friedman, "Watching Elephants Fly," The New York Times, 7 January 2012.

Current Events in Egypt

To find out more about current events in Egypt, please visit the following websites: Egypt Today, Business Today - Egypt,  The Daily News - Egypt and CNN.

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