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U.S. Foreign Policy’s Role in Homeland Security: The Egyptian Case

U.S. Foreign Policy’s Role in Homeland Security: The Egyptian Case published on

Authored by Naval Postgraduate School

This book presents an analysis of United States (U.S.) foreign policy in Egypt during the rule of Hosni Mubarak. It examines the role of U.S. foreign aid and the policy of extraordinary rendition in the perpetuation of Mubarak’s authoritarian regime. The research relates the negative externalities associated with these policies to radicalization theory and illustrates how U.S. foreign policy impacts homeland security. Complementary to this discussion, the thesis examines the nature of political Islam in order to challenge the perspective that it is an ideological rival of democracy and to illustrate its role as a stabilizing force in Middle Eastern governments and U.S. national security. Lastly, the research reveals the imbalance of power in the U.S. government contributing to foreign policy that is in-consonant with the proliferation of democracy and the promotion of human rights.

Publication Date:
Jul 16 2014
150053286X / 9781500532864
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.5″ x 11″
Black and White
Related Categories:
Political Science / International Relations / General


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