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Published on: April 8, 2014
The Middle East
Can the Egyptian-American Relationship Be “Reinvented”?

A strong U.S.-Egyptian relationship is necessary for the United States to achieve its many objectives in the Middle East. And permanent estrangement, which looks increasingly likely, is not a foregone conclusion.

Daniel Kurtzer is the S. Daniel Abraham Professor of Middle East Policy Studies at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. During a 29-year career in the U.S. Foreign Service, he served as the U.S. Ambassador to Israel and to Egypt.
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