Egypt’s foreign policy under Sisi: tensions over Syria and Palestinian obligations

Summary: Sisi has given priority to support for established regimes rather than non-state actors, something which (despite a shared distaste for the Muslim Brotherhood) has caused some tension with the Gulf Arab states over Syria. Libya is a different case, with Gulf states themselves backing rival factions. And given intra-Palestinian divisions, Egypt’s Palestinian policy is especially complicated. 

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