July 8, 2014

Energy Brings Egypt Closer to Israel

Keith Johnson, Foreign Policy

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Egypt is so desperate to finally come to grips with its energy and fiscal nightmares that its new government is doing the once unthinkable: rolling back generous domestic fuel subsidies and opening the door to imported natural gas from Israel.

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