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Montana World Affairs Council on Military Coup in Egypt – How it May Affect Missoula [AUDIO]

After a military coup in Egypt, former President Mohammad Morsi is under house arrest, and tens of thousands of Egyptians have taken to the streets to celebrate the overthrow of the fundamentalist Muslim leader.

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Montana World Affairs Founder Relates True-Life Story of ‘Argo’ [AUDIO]

Montana World Affairs Council founder has his own 'Argo' story.

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Unrest in Egypt – A Missoula Perspective [AUDIO]

A mob has stormed the United States Embassy in Cairo, Egypt, where the American flag was torn down and replaced by a black flag that read 'There is no God but Allah, and Mohammad is his messenger'.

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New Iranian Nuclear Threat [AUDIO]

Satellite Photos uncover possible nuclear activity in Iran

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Montana World Affairs Council On Syria [AUDIO]

U.S. Embassy ordered closed in Syria, Americans urged to leave. Mark Johnson comments

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The Middle East Boils Over [AUDIO]

The Middle East Boils Over

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Iran Plots Assassinations On U. S. Soil [AUDIO]

Rueters reports the United States accused Iran on Tuesday of backing a plot to kill the Saudi ambassador to Washington, escalating tensions with Tehran and stirring up a hornet's nest in the Gulf, where Saudi Arabia and Iran have long jostled for power. I spoke with retired Ambassador Mark Johnson, Director of the Montana World Affairs Council about the arrest and what it may mean for America and the Middle East. That interview is attached.

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Ambassador Mark Johnson; UN To Ask For Palestinian State [AUDIO]

President Mahmoud Abbas told the United Nations' top official on Monday he

would seek full U.N. membership for a Palestinian state, a move the United States and Israel warn could lead to disaster and shatter chances for resuming peace negotiations. I spoke with retired Ambassador and Director of the Montana World Affairs Council Mark Johnson on Monday. That interview is attached.

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Egyptian President Says He’ll Leave

After eight days of protesting, Egyptian President Mubarak says he will leave office after the next election. Former U.S. Ambassador to Egypt, Mark Johnson tells us how Mubarak came to power.

 Egypt is the only nation in the region to have a peace treaty with Israel, uses large quantities of American wheat and controls the all important Suez Canal

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Egypt’s Relationship To Montana

The relationship between the nation of Egypt and the state of Montana is closer than one might imagine. Former U.S. ambassador to Egypt and Montana World Affairs Council Founder, Mark Johnson explains how unrest could best be dealt with

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