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by: Jon B. Alterman 2009-4-21
It’s no secret that the U.S.-Egyptian relationship is ailing. As his term went on, President George W. Bush seemed to go to Egypt principally to deliver stern lectures. After years of visiting Washington every spring, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak stopped coming to Washington at all. Despite -- or perhaps because of -- $2 billion per year changing hands, the mutual resentment has become palpable..

by: Jon B. Alterman 2008-9-14
There are many in Washington who think that Egyptian politics turned around last spring because of President Bush’s demonstrated resolve to promote political change in that country. They further believe that the leadership in Cairo reverted to its bad ..

by: Jon B. Alterman 2008-5-23
It has become impossible to credibly argue that the Bush Administration’s Middle East policies have advanced the national interests of the United States...

by: Jon B. Alterman 2008-1-16
The obituaries for political Islam have begun to be written. After years of seemingly unstoppable growth, Islamic parties have begun to stumble. In Morocco, the Justice and Development Party (or PJD) did far worse than expected in last September’s elections, and Jordan’s Islamic Action Front lost more than half its seats in last month’s polling. The eagerly awaited manifesto of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, a draft of which appeared last September, showed neither strength nor boldness. I..