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Egypt: Background and U.S. Relations

5 June 2014 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Egypt in Crisis: Issues for Congress

12 September 2013 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

The United States and Europe: Responding to Change in the Middle East and North Africa

12 June 2013 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Egypt: Background and U.S. Relations

13 September 2012 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Egypt in Transition

8 February 2012 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Egypt in Transition

18 November 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Egypt in Transition

21 September 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Egypt in Transition

23 August 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Egypt in Transition

17 June 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Egypt: The January 25 Revolution and Implications for U.S. Foreign Policy

11 February 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

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