David Schenker

Washington Institute for Near East Policy

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Director of the Program on Arab Politics at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy; former Pentagon official during the George W Bush Administration

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After Israel, Egypt gets more assistance from the US than any other country.

Tensions Rise as U.S. Cuts Military Assistance to Egypt

After Israel, Egypt gets more assistance from the US than any other country.

from To the Point

This week The United States and the world watch with caution as unrest and deadly riots pop up throughout the Arab World. We speak, perhaps overly broadly, about the Arab street.

Is the Arab Spring Falling Back?

This week The United States and the world watch with caution as unrest and deadly riots pop up throughout the Arab World. We speak, perhaps overly broadly, about the Arab street.

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This week The United States and the world watch with caution as unrest and deadly riots pop up throughout the Arab World. We speak, perhaps overly broadly, about the Arab street.

Is the Arab Spring Falling Back?

This week The United States and the world watch with caution as unrest and deadly riots pop up throughout the Arab World. We speak, perhaps overly broadly, about the Arab street.

from To the Point

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