A Conversation with Ahmed Aboul Gheit

Speaker:
Ahmed Aboul Gheit Minister of Foreign Affairs, Arab Republic of Egypt
Presider:
Christopher S. Dickey Paris Bureau Chief & Middle East Regional Editor, Newsweek
Audio
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