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1Opinion| Significant transformations in US Congress against apartheid state in Palestine
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3Opinion| New era for Egyptian-US relations
4Opinion| Egypt sees unprecedented industrial leap
5Opinion| Historic decisions to empower women in Egypt
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Opinion| US presidents between emancipation of slaves and political exploitation
While President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on 1 January 1863, it applied only to people in the Confederate states, and not to those enslaved in Union-controlled territories.
Daily News Egypt
June 22, 2021
Opinion| Ethiopia elections
The Tigray region was excluded from the upcoming elections as it recovers from a military operation against the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), which was recently designated by the central government as a terrorist movement.
Dr. Hatem Sadek
June 21, 2021
Opinion| Shaw Festival raises issue of silent racism in Canada
It includes works written during or around Shaw’s lifetime (1856-1950). The festival also focuses on classic American plays that achieved great success at the time of their presentation, and still resonate today.
Marwa El- Shinawy
June 16, 2021
opinion| Havana Syndrome and the coming wars
There are defining moments and events in history, when the world may become completely different from what it was before this event. But in recent years, we have lived unprecedented experiences that generated repercussions where it has not yet been determined how humans will deal with in the future.
Dr. Hatem Sadek
June 16, 2021
Opinion| Historic decisions to empower women in Egypt
This will achieve full equality between men and women in assuming positions at all judicial bodies, so that there would be no need to file lawsuits to reach this equality.
Marwa El- Shinawy
June 10, 2021
Opinion| Success comes from the ground up, empowering entrepreneurs is key to a better future
This can discreetly describe several elements in one’s life, but I choose to conjoin it with my topic of discussion in this article, boosting young business owners’ self-confidence to achieve overall economic prosperity.
Amr Mansi
June 9, 2021
Opinion|German as a foreign language: An asset in a rapidly changing world
With around 100 million native speakers, the German language is currently the most widely spoken language in Europe. It is also an increasingly popular foreign language, in particular in the Middle East and South America. At present, millions of non-native speakers worldwide learn German. Among those, you will certainly find admirers of German literature and …
Dr. Cyrill Jean Nunn
June 9, 2021
Opinion| Egyptian President Al-Sisi’s visit to Djibouti and Ethiopia’s isolation
The historic visit by Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to Djibouti is the decisive step in tightening the screws on Ethiopia. It was the first official visit of an Egyptian president in over 40 years. During the visit, the two sides discussed various files related to cooperation and ways to strengthen bilateral relations, especially on …
Dr. Hatem Sadek
June 9, 2021
Opinion| Egypt sees unprecedented industrial leap
During the last six years, you can easily monitor the establishment of hundreds of factories in all fields and specialties, with the highest international standards. Today, this sector represents 22% of the size of the Egyptian economy, as the volume of its exports from industry stands at EGP 24.8bn, compared to EGP 18.6bn in previous years.
Dr. Hatem Sadek
June 2, 2021
Opinion| New era for Egyptian-US relations
This is because the Egyptian-US relations were, and will continue to be, governed by the fact that the US is a global power with broad interests in various regions of the world, and that Egypt is a regional power that has its commitments and its vision of regional issues.
Marwa El- Shinawy
June 2, 2021
Opinion| Significant transformations in US Congress against apartheid state in Palestine
However, this crisis has achieved great political gains for the Palestinian cause, putting it back at the top of international priorities. Most importantly, it clearly demonstrated the radical shift in the US Congress towards the Palestinian cause.
Marwa El- Shinawy
May 26, 2021
Opinion| Egypt’s success in restoring calm to Gaza strengthens its regional, international standing
Without these efforts, the ceasefire that entered into force at dawn on Friday would not have become a tangible reality on the ground.
Dr. Hatem Sadek
May 26, 2021
Opinion| The biggest certainty in an uncertain world: Chinese economy ushers in promising era
Faced with the impact of the pandemic during winter and spring, as well as uncertainties in the external environment, 1.4 billion Chinese people have all worked under the strong leadership of the CPC Central Committee, with President Xi Jinping at its core.
Liao Liqiang
May 19, 2021
Opinion| Egypt and the Palestinian issue
Egypt has never failed to defend the rights of the Palestinian people, and since the issuance of the United Nations (UN) resolution in 1947, the Palestinian issue has become a top priority for its policy. It has offered thousands of martyrs, wounded, and missing persons during decades of conflict with Israel. The beginning was when …
Dr. Hatem Sadek
May 19, 2021
Opinion| Israel’s plan to undermine two-state solution
As usual, the Israeli side is striving to hide the fact that the recent events were ignited because the Israeli authorities decided to prevent Palestinians from gathering at the Damascus Gate during the month of Ramadan.
Marwa El- Shinawy
May 18, 2021
Opinion| Egypt and Human Rights
It is noted that the declaration’s articles, which are one of the main guidelines in establishing freedoms in one of the most important documents known to human beings and agreed upon on human rights, has put the right to life at the forefront of the rights that human beings should enjoy.
Dr Ayman Aboul Ella
May 12, 2021
Opinion| Biden and hate crimes against Asians
It has been formally named as the Asian American and Pacific Island Heritage Month, to appreciate the contributions and influence of Asian and Pacific Islander Americans in the history, culture, and achievements of the US.
Marwa El- Shinawy
May 12, 2021
Opinion| Selection bias model
It is an accurate scientific outcome as there are events that have contributed to changing thinking methods and the logic of analysis. One of those events is a story that took place during World War II.
Dr. Hatem Sadek
May 11, 2021
Opinion|American recognition of Armenian Genocide and Turkish-Russian relations
On the one hand, this recognition declares the existence of tension in the Turkish-American relations, as this decision came as a result of the dissatisfaction of US members of Congress with the Turkish government.
Marwa El- Shinawy
May 4, 2021
Opinion| Ethiopia’s war on social media
This was in Uganda, when the Ethiopian side insisted on thwarting any hope for a solution that meets the demands of the three parties [Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia] without harming the interests of any of them.
Dr. Hatem Sadek
May 4, 2021
Opinion| Lebanese-British initiative to revive Beirut’s theatres
The proceeds of the theatrical work are intended to support theatres affected by the terrible explosion at the Beirut Port on 4 August last year. The work brings together a number of the most prominent Lebanese actors and British writers, and addresses the Lebanese reality in a dramatic and comedic manner.
Marwa El- Shinawy
April 28, 2021
Opinion| Turkey and the Arab Quartet
Egypt has succeeded during past 6 years in managing its international relations within framework of partnership Turkey’s retreat from all hostile stances towards Egypt, and its relentless pursuit of restoring its relationship with Cairo, is clear evidence of the validity and strength of the Egyptian position. This adheres to all historical and security constants in …
Dr. Hatem Sadek
April 21, 2021
Opinion|Chichester Festival Theatre supports Meghan and Harry
Meghan’s statements about British Royal Family cause wave of theatrical works dealing with racism
Marwa El- Shinawy
April 21, 2021
Opinion| The issue of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
Egypt supports development in Ethiopia without harming the interests of neighbouring countries, and that any shortage in its share of the River Nile water will lead to destabilisation and security issues in the whole Middle East and Africa region.
Dr. Hatem Sadek
April 14, 2021
Opinion| CEDAW and the challenges of globalisation
This comes especially after the Hamdouk Transitional Government in Sudan announced its intention to sign this agreement after many years of Sudan’s rejection of this document.
Marwa El- Shinawy
April 14, 2021
Opinion| When age is not a liability
I have no less than 50 friends and acquaintances, all in their 50s and early 60s, with impressive experiences and CVs, yet who cannot find steady work. Perhaps a part of the issue is, some may have unrealistic salary expectations. But the vast majority? It is age discrimination.
James Michael Lafferty
April 6, 2021
Opinion| Can Joe Biden return to Iran’s nuclear agreement?
The most dangerous of these scenarios is the one that sees the need for the US to launch a military strike against Iran to destroy the latter’s nuclear infrastructure. Another scenario sees the possibility of directing the crisis towards a breakthrough through negotiations to resolve it or freeze it at the current stage until a final settlement is reached.
Marwa El- Shinawy
April 6, 2021
Opinion|The Nile is a red line
I mean here his statement about the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) negotiations, when he said, “We do not threaten anyone, but no one can take a drop of water from Egypt. Otherwise, the region will witness a state of instability that no one could imagine. And whoever wants to test us, let him please.”
Dr. Hatem Sadek
April 6, 2021
Opinion| One last warning
This was evident in Addis Ababa’s insistence to move forward and fill the second phase of the dam with nearly 14 billion sqm of the river’s water, nearly three times the volume of the initial filling carried out last year, by 4.9 billion cbm.
Dr. Hatem Sadek
March 31, 2021
Opinion| Royal exodus is procession of power and peace
In a majestic procession, 22 kings and queens of the Pharaonic state will be moved from the Egyptian Museum for the first time to the place of their permanent exhibition in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Cairo’s Fustat region. They will move through the streets of Egypt parallel to the Great Nile River …
Marwa El- Shinawy
March 31, 2021

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