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Egypt

Commentary

Is Egypt Ready for an Economic Reboot?

Middle East Policy Council, March 17, 2015

In an effort to lure much-needed foreign investment in the country, the Egyptian government held an international economic ...

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Commentary

Was Egypt's Reaction to ISIS Brutality Correct?

Middle East Policy Council, February 25, 2015

The Islamic State has continued its campaign of violence and intimidation by executing 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians in ...

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Commentary

Can Egypt's al-Sisi Defeat Extremism in Egypt?

Middle East Policy Council, February 3, 2015

Islamist militants killed over 40 people in Egypt in coordinated attacks last week, leaving many more injured. The ...

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Hill Forum

Managing, Ending and Avoiding Wars in the Middle East

, January 20, 2015

The following is an unedited transcript of the seventy-ninth in a series of Capitol Hill conferences convened by ...

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Commentary

Stuck in the Middle Eastern Sand: The United States, Asia, and Post-Cold War Threat Inflation

James A. Russell, December 15, 2014

In late 2011, the Obama administration with great fanfare announced its intention to “pivot” (subsequently characterized as a “rebalance”) to ...

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Journal Essay

Food Insecurity: The Basic Threat in an Overburdened Region

Amal A. Kandeel

Winter 2014, Volume XXI, Number 4

Since the 1980s, after two decades of low and stable international food prices, the world's agricultural commodities markets began to ...

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