February 22, 2011: Examiner.com, Professor Haider Khan quoted in the article: The Uprising of Egyptian Youth
February 19, 2011: The Real News, Day of Rage and Massive Protests in the Middle East, Korbel Professor Nader Hashemi is interviewed by Real News on the recent uprisings across the Middle East.
February 14, 2011: Gulfnews.com, Professor Haider Khan discusses his thoughts on the best scenario for Egypt in; History has been made, but the big question is: what's next? Professor Khan's article is also featured on the Pakistan Observer, and the Christian Science Monitor
February 5, 2011: NPR, Professor Hashemi discusses Iran's reaction to Egypt's unrest on NPR.
February, 4, 2011: Aolnews.com, Professor Hader Khan featured in Aol.com opinion article; "Egypt, What Comes Next?"
February 2, 2011: CBS Denver, Josef Korbel School alum, Reilly Ross '10 discusses the situation in Egypt with CBS Denver news.
February 2, 2011: PBS News Hour, Professor Nader Hashemi spoke on PBS News Hours panel: Mubarak's Supporters' Offensive Heightens Volatility in Egypt
January 31, 2011: Professor Nader Hashemi featured in the article: Political Vacuum Seen as Egypt's Regime Pressured
"There is going to be a period of contestation and internal debate. But that is what the Egyptians are ultimately entitled to." Read the full article featuring Josef Korbel School professor Nader Hashemi.
January 30, 2011: Star-Telegram, Professor Nader Hashemi quoted in the article: U.S. hardens position on Egyptian 'transition'
"The language about a peaceful transition toward new elections shows the Obama administration understands that Mubarak's days are numbered. . ." Read the full article.
January 30, 2011: McClatchydc.com, Professor Nader Hashemi quoted in the article: Egypt's Mubarak on the brink; ElBaradei demands 'new era'
"There seems to be a shift if US policy where the Egyptian people are given respect and their right to determine their future is finally being acknowledged by the American government," he said. Read Professor Hashemi's thoughts about the situation in Egypt.
January 30, 2011: McClatchydc.com, Professor Nader Hashemi quoted in the article, Clinton calls for 'peaceful, orderly transition' in Egypt
"The administration, Hashemi said, must be prepared to accept the inclusion of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's best organized opposition party . . ." Read the full article featuring quotes from Professor Hashemi.
January 28, 2011: CBSDenver.com, Professor Nader Hashemi quoted in the article, Egypt's Opposition Party Has Roots in Colorado
"The materialism, the sexual promiscuity, the racism, the one-sided support for Israel, all of those things come up in his writings and reflections on the United States." Read the full article featuring quotes from Professor Nader Hashemi.
January 28, 2001: KDVR.com-Fox 31 News, Egyptian MA candidate, Cindy Ragab hopes the protests will bring change
"It's been incredibly exciting for all of us. Of course, we are worried about family and friends," she says about a mass uprising involving hundreds of thousands throughout Egypt. "We've had one president for 30 years. I am 23, so I've never seen a different president," she says. "It's clear in Egypt. The country is being destroyed by him." View the full interview with Josef Korbel School MA candidate, Cindy Ragab.