Arab League Ambassador Speaks, Washington Report Honored at Model Arab League

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Arab League Ambassador Speaks, Washington Report Honored at Model Arab League


Hanley, Delinda C., Washington Report on Middle East Affairs


The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations (NCUSAR) presented awards to Ambassador Andrew Killgore and Richard Curtiss, publisher and executive editor of the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs Magazine, at NCUSAR's annual National University Model Arab League conference, April 13 at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. NCUSAR's founding president and CEO Dr. John Duke Anthony honored Killgore and Curtiss for "the exemplary courage of their convictions and commitment to the promotion of mutual U.S.-Arab understanding" first during their professional careers in the U.S. Foreign Service and later launching the Washington Report 30 years ago. Their dedication spans, in each instance, more than six decades, Anthony noted.

Nearly 300 participants, including students and their faculty advisers from 22 universities and a delegation of students from Morocco's Ecole de Gouvernance et d'Economie de Rabat attended the event. Each university represented a country in the Arab League, with, for example, the U.S. Military Academy at West Point representing Saudi Arabia and the University of North Carolina Charlotte representing Palestine. For three days they engaged in an academic debate forum centered around current issues relevant to the states. Ten countries brought their cases to the Arab Court of Justice, and a Reporters' Corps covered the noteworthy events in a daily newsletter.

Before the lively simulations of Arab League meetings began, students listened to a passionate keynote speech by the newly appointed Arab League Ambassador to the United States Mohammed Al Sharif, who spent the last 40 years representing Saudi Arabia. …

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