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05:10am, Thursday, March 05, 2015

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Turmoil in the Middle East: Egypt

photo: Cairo protest camp evacuation
August 15, 2013 – Egyptian security forces evacuate the pro-Morsi protest camp near Cairo's Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque. Photo credit: Globovision
August 15, 2013

Nathan Brown discusses the option of reducing U.S. aid to Egypt on NPR.

Shana Marshall discusses U.S. aid to Egypt on CTVNews.

A few good men? U.S. aid trained and equipped Egypt's militaryShana Marshall was interviewed by Marketplace World about how the Egyptian military uses the aid it receives from the United States.

Nathan Brown discusses the option of reducing U.S. aid to Egypt on NPR.

The Washington Post interviews GW Professor Marc Lynch about why the U.S. should cut off aid to Egypt.

Nathan Brown is quoted in "US politicians criticize Obama's Egypt stance", by Naureen Khan on Aljazeera.com.

Elliott School and Institute for Middle East Studies faculty comment on events surrounding the 3 July 2013 military deposition of President Mohamed Morsi.

GW Today conducts A Q&A on Egypt with Professor Nathan BrownMiddle East Expert Discusses Egypt

Shana Marshall authors "Cashing In After The Coup," Foreign Policy.

Egypt's Political Reset – This briefing, the latest POMEPS Arab Uprisings Briefing Series, collects 15 recent Middle East Channel and Foreign Policy essays written by academics grappling with these issues. The essays range widely across a diverse range of interpretations and analysis.
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