March 14, 2012

U.S. Caught in Egypt's Political Cross-Fire

Eric Trager, New York Times

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The greatest interest remains ensuring that the next government maintains Egypt's peace treaty with Israel, counters violent extremism and upholds pluralism and minority rights.

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TAGGED: Egypt, United States, Muslim Brotherhood

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