Bahgat, Gawdat
March 2007
Arab Studies Quarterly;Spring2007, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
The article examines Egypt's chemical, biological, and nuclear programs and analyzes the forces that have shaped Egypt's strategic planning including leadership perception, war and peace with Israel, relations with the United States, and economic as well as financial restraints. Egypt's security environment has drastically changed since the late 1970s and the country appears to have committed itself to peace with Israel.


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