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Democracy Assistance: Lessons Learned from Egypt Should Inform Future U.S. Plans
Charles Michael Johnson, Jr. (au)
For over 30 years, Egypt has been a key strategic partner of the U.S. and the recipient of billions of dollars of U.S. assistance. Starting with its revolution in Jan. 2011, Egypt has undergone a series of political transitions. Shortly after the revolution, the U.S. government allocated $65 million in assistance for a range of activities to support Egypt's progress toward democracy. However, the Egyptian government objected to the U.S. government providing this assistance directly to NGOs, including to some that it viewed not to be registered under Egyptian law. In June 2013, the Egyptian government convicted employees of four U.S. NGOs. This report examines (1) the extent to which the U.S. government identified and managed potential risks of providing U.S. democracy and governance assistance in Egypt; (2) what support, if any, the U.S. government provided to the NGOs prosecuted by the Egyptian government; and (3) the extent to which U.S. democracy and governance assistance in Egypt has been affected, if at all, by the prosecution of NGO workers. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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