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DeWayne Wickham: Cutting off Egypt's aid would hurt U.S. more

6:31 PM, Aug. 21, 2013
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It doesn't surprise me that Egypt's military used force to end its six-week standoff with supporters of ousted president Mohammed Morsi, whose Muslim Brotherhood government threatened to turn the North African nation into an Islamic state.

What does surprise me is that politicians at both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue actually seem to think that Washington has more influence with the generals in Cairo than do the monarchies in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates. Nothing points out the wrongheadedness of this thinking more than the debate in the nation's capital over whether ...

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