Peace Before Freedom: Diplomacy and Repression in Sadat's Egypt
JASON BROWNLEE assesses the foundations of the contemporary U.S.– Egyptian alliance, which was consolidated in 1979 by the Egyptian–Israeli Peace Treaty. He concludes that the bold diplomacy of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat was matched by fierce repression at home. Moreover, Egypt's foreign interlocutors presupposed that authoritarianism inside Egypt would help guarantee the country's new foreign policy alignment.
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