Dividing the Nile

Source: Carnegie

Author(s): Andrew Miller

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One of the tragedies of the U.S.-Egyptian relationship is that American policymakers often can do little to protect U.S. interests without the active cooperation of Egyptian policymakers, who tend to be anything but cooperative.

The dispute between Egypt, Ethiopia, and other Nile riparian countries over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) may represent one of the few exceptions where U.S. involvement would be both welcome and potentially impactful

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