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Global security watch--Egypt [electronic resource] : a reference handbook / Denis J. Sullivan and Kimberly Jones.

By: Sullivan, Denis Joseph.
Contributor(s): Jones, Kimberly, 1967-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Global security watch series: Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Praeger Security International, 2008Description: 1 online resource (197 p.).ISBN: 9781567207569 (electronic bk.); 1567207561 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Egypt -- Politics and government -- 1981- | National security -- Egypt | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Military Science | HISTORY -- Military -- Other | Politik | �AgyptenGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Global security watch--Egypt.DDC classification: 355/.033062 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Security in Egypt: setting the stage -- Securing the state -- Internal insecurity: mainstream Muslim Brothers and marginalized militant movements -- Egypt and the United States: strategic partners? -- Egypt's key regional relations and its position in the global community -- Egypt, the divided state.
Summary: Despite the appearance of political and military stability, Egypt may be standing at the edge of a precipice as the state remains grounded in rigid authoritarianism while the population, including a struggling civil society, readies itself to make the leap to democratization. This characterization has far-reaching implications for relations between citizens and the government, as well as Egypt's foreign affairs posture, particularly in the Middle East. State repression of civil, political, and religious actors, the ineffectual provision of social services, and two religious divides, between Co.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [181]-194) and index.

Security in Egypt: setting the stage -- Securing the state -- Internal insecurity: mainstream Muslim Brothers and marginalized militant movements -- Egypt and the United States: strategic partners? -- Egypt's key regional relations and its position in the global community -- Egypt, the divided state.

Despite the appearance of political and military stability, Egypt may be standing at the edge of a precipice as the state remains grounded in rigid authoritarianism while the population, including a struggling civil society, readies itself to make the leap to democratization. This characterization has far-reaching implications for relations between citizens and the government, as well as Egypt's foreign affairs posture, particularly in the Middle East. State repression of civil, political, and religious actors, the ineffectual provision of social services, and two religious divides, between Co.

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