July 13, 2012

When Clinton Meets Morsi

Bloomberg, Bloomberg

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The U.S. should continue to communicate openly that to be a good friend of the U.S. (which brings not only material assistance but also a strategic alliance), Egypt must respect three red lines. It must not breach its peace treaty with Israel or oppress Egyptian women or minorities, notably Coptic Christians.

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TAGGED: Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt, Mohamed Morsi, Hillary Clinton

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