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U.S. “Partnership” with the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood and its Effect on Civil Society and Human Rights

US “Partnership” with the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood and its Effect on Civil Society and Human Rights

Abstract Looking at Egypt before, during and after the Arab Spring, this paper examines the intersection of Christian Copts, the Muslim Brotherhood, the Egyptian army, moderate Muslims and secular groups. In turn, it examines the Obama administration’s policies toward Egypt. It discloses the surprising finding that the only consistent aspect of the administration’s policy toward…

Foreign Policy Mythology

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In this instant age, even the very recent past is forgotten. This means that very recent history can also be rewritten. Witness President Obama and Secretary Clinton’s re-telling of their foreign policy story and the way “reporters” have embraced it. “Of course” they strongly support Israel. They have “always” maintained a “strong sanctions regime” against Iran….

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