The United States and Egypt (BOK)
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The relationship between the United States and Egypt has evolved over the years. From the mid-1950s through to the early-1970s the two countries were often at odds but, in a reversal of alignment, Egypt moved away from the Soviet Union and into the American orbit. By 1979, the US had helped engineer a peace treaty between Egypt and Israel and, in the subsequent decade, Egypt became the second largest recipient of American economic and military assistance. In many ways the US - Egyptian relationship has been a successful one, but the two countries are not fully-fledged allies; a change of policy or a disagreement over a particular issue could threaten the relationship. As both countries look ahead, there is cause for concern. This book offers an analysis of the past relationship and makes recommendations for the future.