US-Egyptian relations after the Arab Spring
This article is featured in the ORIENT IV 2021
The article aims to examine US policy towards Egypt after the Arab Spring. It is highlighted that Washington’s policy is characterised by pragmatism, due to Egypt’s strategic importance. Despite some turbulence after the military coup, Egypt under Sisi remains a predictable and stable partner.
Radosław Fiedler is an Associate Professor at Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland, and head of the Department for Non-European Political Studies at the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism.
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