Egypt has long been perceived by the West as the epicenter for relations with the rest of the Middle East and is known for being one of the world’s most modernized countries. Egyptian society is one of the most secular and cosmopolitan in the Middle East. Relations between Egypt and the United States are currently strained by the intermediary role that the United States government plays in the foreshadowed Egyptian-Israeli conflict under the new leadership of President Morsi. The Egypt Foreign Affairs Trusteeship hopes to present President Obama with a comprehensive outline of a plan that we believe will enhance foreign relations across this region. The purpose of the Strategy for an Egyptian-American Liaison is to stabilize relations between the United States and Egypt with both short-term and long-term goals for success. Through a three-phase plan, we are determined to decrease military aid to Israel and Egypt in order to create a safer international community while simultaneously directing foreign aid in a more efficient manner.
Key Words: Egypt, United States, Gaza Strip, Infrastructure, Camp David Accords, Foreign Aid, Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Morsi, Egypt Foreign Affairs Trusteeship, S.E.A.L , Israel