This thesis is an interpretation of Egypt’s foreign policy in the decade, loosely-defined,
after the signing of the Camp David accords in September 1978. It
examines the way in which Husni Mubarak managed the diplomatic legacy
bequeathed to him by Anwar Sadat.
The thesis pursues two, interrelated themes. First, it examines the content
of Egypt's most important diplomatic relationships during the 1980s, and the
linkages between them. Second, it considers Egypt's role in Arab politics and...[Show more]
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