Posted by on June 02, 2014 in Blog
Nearly 5 years ago, President Obama delivered his landmark speech in Cairo - a speech that was largely received with enthusiasm by an Arab world ready for a new era of U.S. policy. In a new poll conducted in seven Arab countries, Zogby Research Services (ZRS) looks at the major issues driving Arab attitudes toward the United States today, including U.S. policy on the Syrian conflict, Egypt's interim government, negotiations with Iran, the two-state solution, and U.S. commitments to improving ties with the Arab World.
Download: Five Years After the Cairo Speech
On June 3, AAI and the Middle East Institute hosted a panel discussion for the poll's release featuring AAI President James Zogby, Marwan Muasher of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Paul Salem of the Middle East Institute and Barbara Slavin of the Atlantic Council.
View a recording of the event:
Join the conversation online using #ZogbyPoll and following @AAIUSA and @MiddleEastInst on Twitter.
James Zogby @aaiusa
President, Arab American Institute and Zogby Research Services
Marwan Muasher @MarwanMuasher
Vice President for Studies, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Paul Salem @paul_salem
Vice President, Middle East Institute
Barbara Slavin @barbaraslavin1
Senior Fellow, The Atlantic Council's South Asia Center and Washington Correspondent for Al-Monitorcomments powered by Disqus