Released: Filed Under: NCFCA Policy
About "Egypt Military Aid"
Rebecca Sumner also helped contribute to this brief.
Case Summary: The United States currently provides anti-terrorism aid to Egypt in both military equipment and training. Unfortunately, that support is not sufficient. The amount of aid needs to be increased because of Egypt’s vulnerability to terrorism. When the Affirmative team increases military aid and training with this plan, they will reaffirm the U.S.–Egypt relationship, boost the U.S. weapon manufacturing industry, and help Egypt in the war on terrorism.
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