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Foreign Policy After Tahrir Revolution

MEHMET OZKAN

ISBN 10: 384540499X / ISBN 13: 9783845404998
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Paperback. 144 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 6.0in. x 0.4in.One of the biggest concerns of international community after revolution in Egypt is directly related to its possible foreign policy choices. What will be the main tenets of new Egypts foreign policy Will the Camp David order be able to survive Grounded in intellectual history, this book offers a different perspective to understand possible inclination of Cairos new orientation. It argues that Egyptian foreign policy represents a narrowing trend in terms of its horizons, thinking and implementation since 1930s; and now with the revolution, it is forced to expand it again, willingly or unwillingly. Nevertheless, the biggest challenge is intellectual and identity-related, because for the first time since the reign of Mohammed Ali Pasha, Egypt is forced to re-interpret and re-evaluate its triple identity in a coherent and consistent way: Arab, African and Mediterranean. Future stability and success of new Egyptian foreign policy, both at regional and international levels, is likely to depend on this, rather than other issues. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9783845404998

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Title: Foreign Policy After Tahrir Revolution

Publisher: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

Book Type: Paperback

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One of the biggest concerns of international community after revolution in Egypt is directly related to its possible foreign policy choices. What will be the main tenets of ?new? Egypt?s foreign policy? Will the Camp David order be able to survive? Grounded in intellectual history, this book offers a different perspective to understand possible inclination of Cairo?s new orientation. It argues that Egyptian foreign policy represents a narrowing trend in terms of its horizons, thinking and implementation since 1930s; and now with the revolution, it is forced to expand it again, willingly or unwillingly. Nevertheless, the biggest challenge is intellectual and identity-related, because for the first time since the reign of Mohammed Ali Pasha, Egypt is forced to re-interpret and re-evaluate its triple identity in a coherent and consistent way: Arab, African and Mediterranean. Future stability and success of 'new' Egyptian foreign policy, both at regional and international levels, is likely to depend on this, rather than other issues.

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Mehmet Ozkan is a PhD scholar at Sevilla University, Spain. After graduating from Istanbul University, he studied in South Africa (University of Johannesburg), Sweden (Linkopings University), Colombia (UPB-Medellin); and was a researcher at Institute for Defense and Security Analysis (IDSA), New Delhi, India and Cairo University in Egypt.

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