The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy will hold it’s 11th annual conference this Wednesday, April 28, on “U.S. Relations with the Muslim World: One Year After Cairo.”  Panel discussions will cover such themes as dialogue with political Islamists; Muslim perceptions and public opinion; Islam, human rights, and development; and democracy promotion in the Islamic world.  The conference will also feature a keynote discussion between Congressman Keith Ellison, Tariq Ramadan, and Reza Aslan, and a concluding address by Rashad Hussain.

Register for the conference here.