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The path to a successful economic transition in Egypt

When talking about the economy, it is not about "What would Jesus do?", but "What would the United States do?".
The palpable optimism that permeated Egypt in the immediate aftermath of the revolution after the ouster of longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak is starting to fade as more than a year later, the country continues to struggle with an unwieldy political transition and a stagnant economy.

This paper tries to configure what the United States can do to help Egypt stabilize and expand its economy.