Perceptions of USA Morning Edition continues a week-long series of interviews with people in different parts of the world and their perception of the United States since the war on terrorism began. In part two, guest host Steve Inskeep talks with Mona Makram Ebeid, former deputy in Egypt's Parliament and currently a political science professor at the American University of Cairo.
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Perceptions of USA

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Morning Edition continues a week-long series of interviews with people in different parts of the world and their perception of the United States since the war on terrorism began. In part two, guest host Steve Inskeep talks with Mona Makram Ebeid, former deputy in Egypt's Parliament and currently a political science professor at the American University of Cairo.

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