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Egypt Caught Between Conflicts in Israel, Sudan

In the latest Contours episode, host Carolyn Moorman is joined by New Lines Senior Analyst Riley Moeder to discuss Egypt’s strategic calculus given the beginning of the Israel-Hamas war in October 2023 and the ongoing Sudanese conflict.

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