February 5, 2013

Can Egypt Have a Foreign Policy?

Hussein Ibish, NOW Lebanon

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In the context of ongoing political unrest, is it possible for Egypt to have a functional foreign policy? Probably not. And, as long as this is the case, that has profound implications for other societies in the region, particularly the Palestinians and Syria.

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