Anti-American Sentiment in Egypt and the New Post-Arab Spring Reality

Egypt and the U.S. have had a decades-long alliance, but Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi says America now needs to change its approach to Egypt and the Arab world. Amid rising anti-American sentiment in the Middle East and the continued stalemate between the Palestinians and Israel, the U.S.-Egypt relationship is critical for American foreign policy in the region, notes Fellow Shadi Hamid.