The aim of this article is to address the question of the future of Egyptian-US intelligence relations through an examination of history and an analysis of the present time. We empirically show that Egypt, while under the leadership of al-Sisi, will return to a ‘Mubarak-era intelligence-sharing relationship’ with the United States. We argue that the events leading up to today, with a short break under the leadership of Morsi, have proven that Egypt and the United States share similar interest in regards to intelligence. Finally, this article discusses the challenges and opportunities regarding the future relationship between Egypt and the US intelligence agencies in the context of the newly elected Egyptian President, Abdul Fattah al-Sisi. Despite the changes and challenges, it is our conclusion that Egypt and the United States will return back to their intelligence-sharing relationship, in a “business as usual” manner.
Black, Michele and Alhenaki, Osamah
"Business As Usual: The Egyptian-U.S. Intelligence Relationship,"
Global Security and Intelligence Studies: Vol. 1
, Article 4.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.apus.edu/gsis/vol1/iss1/4
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