How Anwar Sadat’s Open Door policy integrated Egypt with developed market economies

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Tue, 2021-10-05 22:23

LONDON: In the winter of 1973, Anwar Sadat was enjoying his time in the sun. He was “batal Al-ubur” – the “Hero of the Crossing.” The 1973 war against Israel was a huge propaganda success, never mind that the reality was very different from how the Egyptian media portrayed it. 

After years of planning, the Egyptian army had successfully crossed the Suez Canal, catching the Israeli army unawares. National pride had been restored and the Egyptian public had bestowed a new title on Sadat. 

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