Discussion with Egypt’s Ambassador to Lebanon: “Egypt After the Revolution”

Nicol hall 222, Beirut campus


The Lebanese American University is organizing a discussion with Egyptian Ambassador of Lebanon Mohamed Tawfik entitled “Egypt after the Revolution.” 

The discussion will be held in Drs. Imad Salamey (Associate Professor of Political Science) and Tamirace Fakhoury’s (assistant professor in the Department of Social Sciences) class “Arab Spring and Political Systems” in which the Ambassador will be discussing the politics of transition and post-election challenges in Egypt.

For reservation please contact Dr. Imad Salamey ext: 1494 or at

Tawfik has served as Egyptian ambassador to Australia and non-resident Ambassador to New Zealand, Samoa, Fiji, Papua New Guinea and the Marshall Islands. He was also appointed director general for Egyptian Building Fund Authority and director of the Cabinet of the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs. He held various posts in different international organizations and was the president of the Conference on Disarmament, Chairman of the Group of 77 in Geneva, as well as coordinator of the New Agenda Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament. In addition to his various political posts, Tawfik is a known novelist.
He holds a master’s degree in international organizations’ law, from the University of Paris.

Limited seats are available.