Ep2: Characterizing U.S.-Egyptian Relations

In this episode, our featured scholars tackle U.S.-Egyptian relations, situating recent developments in U.S. foreign policy in a broader context of human rights and strategic aid. Each scholar, drawing on years of experience in the worlds of government, human rights, and academia, brings his own unique perspective to the current situation. This episode will offer valuable insight into the nature of relations between the United States and Egypt, which many speculate may be “normalizing” after an increase in tension following August 2013.

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The views presented in these podcasts are those of the participants and do not necessarily represent the views of the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy.