10:00 Rebuilding a City: The Dos and Don’ts in Post-Disaster Urban Recovery with Elizabeth Ferris, Brookings-LSE Project on Internal Displacement; Abhas K. Jha, The World Bank; Amy Liu, Metropolitan Policy Program; Jonathan Reckford, Habitat for Humanity International; Charles Setchell, USAID; Maggie Stephenson, UN-HABITAT (Brookings)

12:00 Post-Revolutionary Egypt: New Trends in Islam with Jonathan Brown, Georgetown University; Khaled Elgindy, The Brookings Institution; Nathan J. Brown, George Washington University; Marina Ottaway, CEIP (CEIP)

12:00 Investing in Africa’s Energy Sector: Challenges & Opportunities with Joseph Brandt, ContourGlobal; Robert A. Mosbacher, Jr, Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC); Paul Hanrahan, AES Corporation (CSIS)

12:00 The Constitution and the Right To Vote: Protecting Against Voter Fraud with John Fund,The American Spectator; Catherine Engelbrecht, True the Vote; Hans A. von Spakovsky, The Heritage Foundation; Edwin Meese III, Public Policy and Chairman of the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies (Heritage)

12:00 Communications Policy and Looking to the Future: A Fireside Chat with FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell; Harold Furchtgott-Roth, former FCC Commissioner (Hudson Institute)

2:30 Housing Sector Stimulus: Necessary and Effective or Dangerous and Unfair? with Mark Fleming, CoreLogic; Alex Brill, AEI; Phillip Swagel, AEI; Steve Liesman, CNBC; Christopher J. Mayer, Richard Paul Richman Center for Business (AEI)

5:30 Reagan v. Buckley: Debating American Foreign Policy with Fred Barnes, The Weekly Standard; Grover Norquist, Americans for Tax Reform; Dr. Lee Edwards, The Heritage Foundation; Marion Smith, B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics (Heritage)