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Egypt in search of a new role in the Middle East

By: Ansari, Hamied.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSubject(s): Arab countries -- Foreign relations -- Egypt | Egypt -- Foreign relations -- Arab countries In: American-Arab affairs No. 12 (spring 1985), pp. 43-49Abstract: Egypt, since Camp David, has sought readmission into the Arab family without breaking its treaty ties with Israel. At times it appears that the resolution of this difficult formula is an impossible task and that the alternative is either to maintain normalization of relations with Israel at the cost of political isolation in the Arab world or to return to the Arab fold at the risk of liquidating the gains resulting from peace. The current attempts at reviving the peace process by the Arab moderates seem to provide a new avenue for Egypt to recapture its preeminent position in the region.
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No. 12 (spring 1985) Not For Loan 03-1985 0000027545

Egypt, since Camp David, has sought readmission into the Arab family without breaking its treaty ties with Israel. At times it appears that the resolution of this difficult formula is an impossible task and that the alternative is either to maintain normalization of relations with Israel at the cost of political isolation in the Arab world or to return to the Arab fold at the risk of liquidating the gains resulting from peace. The current attempts at reviving the peace process by the Arab moderates seem to provide a new avenue for Egypt to recapture its preeminent position in the region.

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