The Washington Post quotes Rafik Hariri Center Senior Fellow Amy Hawthorne on the US decision to resume partial military assistance to Egypt: 

Amy Hawthorne, a Middle East expert at the Atlantic Council who worked on Egypt policy at the State Department, said the partial resumption of aid was significant and somewhat troubling.

“Resuming the delivery of some of these weapons without noting the original reasons or any progress on human rights cheapens [President] Obama’s words and weakens U.S. credibility,” she said.

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