As long as Saudi Arabia continues to bankroll Egyptian military crackdown on Muslim Brotherhood, foreign threats of sanctions have no bite.
Emily joined the Henry Jackson Society as a researcher in January 2012. She is currently researching women’s rights in Egypt having recently returned from Cairo. Beforehand, she co-authored Al-Qaeda in the United States: A Complete Analysis of Terrorism Offenses and helped present its findings to policy makers on various platforms, including British parliament, the White House and the National Counterterrorism Center. Emily previously worked as a Higher Executive Officer for the Preventing Extremism Unit at the Department for Education, where she wrote several papers on extremism within educational settings.