This book describes the scope and identifies the constraints that delayed and limited the U.S. economic aid program implementation. It discusses the modest U.S. leverage designed to encourage economic reforms and to reach that reforms a major change in Egypt's political structure is needed.
0. Introduction 1. Directions and Strategies in U.S. Foreign Aid 2. Aid and Egypt's lnfitah 3. Dependent Development 4. Programs and Projects 5. Bureaucratic Constraints 6. Aid and Policy Reform 7. Aid in the Future of U.S.-Egyptian Relations