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Opinion| After the conclusion of the Russian-Ukrainian War, will a new global accord be an alternative to WWIII?
Today, in 2022, the world is already facing a historic turning point. In light of the continuous economic rise of Asia, a century of American hegemony over the world in light of the so-called “American peace” is about to end.
Marwa El- Shinawy
June 22, 2022
Opinion| Will Egypt’s gas become a lifeline for Europe?
This is if Europeans want to secure their needs from this important resource, which is integral to life there.
Dr. Hatem Sadek
June 22, 2022
Opinion| Hate and intolerance pervade the political scene in India
The Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs denounced the statements of BJP, which were insulting to Prophet Muhammad, stressing its permanent rejection of attempts to prejudice the symbols of Islam, and its refusal to prejudice all religious figures and symbols. Also, Pakistan said in a statement that it “condemns in the strongest possible terms” the “extremely offensive” statements, and calls on the international community to take immediate measures to avert what it described as the worsening situation of Islamophobia in India.
Marwa El- Shinawy
June 13, 2022
Opinion| Will Egypt be the locomotive of the African economy?
Egypt seeks to become the locomotive of the African economy. It operates on two levels; the first is to localize and develop basic industries, and the second is expanding into new markets. Therefore, Egypt currently seeks to expand its exports into the African market, through the application of a package of logistical facilities and shipping procedures, especially with the promising opportunities that the African market enjoys.
Dr. Hatem Sadek
June 13, 2022
Opinion|Lebanon’s elections liberate it from grip of the US, Iran
The grievances Lebanese people communicated in the 2019 Revolution certainly reflected on the results of the elections, as they affirmed that the only way out of the current impasse is the imposition of Lebanese sovereignty, which has almost been absent since the inception of this country.
Marwa El- Shinawy
May 31, 2022
Opinion| Dbeibeh beats the drums of war in Libya
With rising voices warning of pushing the situation in Libya towards violence again, accusations are being directed at outgoing Prime Minister Abdel Hamid Dbeibeh. 
Dr. Hatem Sadek
May 31, 2022
Opinion| Egyptian startups: The situation has changed
There are market tips that I am sure you know by heart now; cut your company’s costs, and work harder on your unit economics to have a clear path to profitability, work on your product market fit for maximum effectiveness, get to know your customers better, save cash if you made a round before, etc…
Malek Sultan
May 31, 2022
Opinion| Ukraine: The war continues
Some analysts believe that a long-term war lasting from months to years may be an acceptable or even favourable outcome for Moscow. The result would certainly be horrific for Ukraine, which would be devastated as a country.
Dr. Hatem Sadek
May 18, 2022
Opinion| Is there any benefit to the Egyptian private sector adopting the green transformation?
As for Egyptian companies operating in the market here, studies have shown that there are three sectors in which the return on investment for going green has become rewarding — these are energy, transportation, and real estate development.
Sherif Al-Diwany
May 18, 2022
Opinion| Is the US involved in the revival of ISIS?
Despite the limited attack and the ability of the Egyptian army to respond to it, such an operation is a new attempt for ISIS to announce its presence and resume its subversive activity in the Middle East again.
Marwa El- Shinawy
May 18, 2022
Opinion| Weathering the storm of economic shocks: Three precautions you need to know
The world witnessed some significant economic impacts during the COVID-19 pandemic; severe fluctuations in demand and supply resulted in a disorder in global logistics, inflation, and a general case of uncertainty surrounding decision-makers all over the world.
Ahmed Bahaa Araby
May 18, 2022
Opinion| Fostering Purpose-Driven Innovation in a New Digital World
In the last few years, a new breed of leaders has emerged. They are purpose-driven innovators, and their impact on the world is just as significant as any other great leaders in history. Purpose-driven innovators don’t just introduce new ways of doing things; they introduce new ways of thinking about the world and the future.
Mohammed Amin
May 10, 2022
Opinion| EMV 3-D Secure: Next-gen online shopping experience for merchants and customers
55% of e-consumers said they have stopped using website because log-in process was too complex
Charles Lobo
May 10, 2022
Opinion| US, China, and the war over the wealth of Africa
China succeeded in removing its archenemy America with its economic policy that relies on investment in infrastructure, services, agriculture, and land reclamation in Africa
Dr. Hatem Sadek
May 9, 2022
Our Hope, our Planet, Europe Day and Beyond
What does Europe Day tell us? It reminds us of the visionary ideas of European leaders like Robert Schuman to create an ever-deepening Union of sovereign European States to end a millennium of war and bloodshed among the European peoples. This plan, presented in a declaration on 9 May 1950, one day and five years after the end of a world war that had brought suffering and destruction on an unrivalled scale to Europe and far beyond, gave birth to an extraordinary peace project. For this achievement, the EU was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2012.
Christian Berger
May 9, 2022
Opinion| US and Russia threaten the world with biological warfare
The Russian Ministry of Defence said that a huge US project was launched in Ukraine to develop prohibited weapons, which was implemented with the participation of laboratories in Kyiv, Kharkiv, and Odessa. The Defence Ministry said that the Pentagon showed interest in the insects that carry the infection during experiments in Ukraine, and more than 140 containers of fleas and ticks were transferred abroad from the biological laboratory in Kharkiv, just before Russian forces approached the area.
Marwa El- Shinawy
May 9, 2022
France, Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine, and UK issue joint communiqué on 77th anniversary of WWII end
The war began on 1 September 1939 with the invasion of Poland by Nazi German troops, and ended on September 2, 1945 with the unconditional surrender of Japan. On 23 August 1939, the Soviets and Nazis signed the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact that included the Secret Protocol to partition Poland, which defined the borders of Soviet and Nazi spheres of influence in Europe.
Daily News Egypt
May 9, 2022
Opinion| France confused between Macron and Le Pen
The first round of the French elections, held last Sunday, did not settle the race. Although Macron won all opinion polls, the gap between him and the right-wing candidate, Marine Le Pen, is shrinking, and her popularity is increasing. The figures were alarming for Macron’s campaign, as he won 53% of the vote, compared to 47% for his opponent.
Dr. Hatem Sadek
April 21, 2022
Opinion| Iran and the US are behind sectarian conflict scheme in the Arab world
  In Yemen, President of the Presidential Command Council, Rashad Muhammad Al-Alimi, pledged to work to end the war and bring peace to Yemen, stressing that the Yemeni Presidential Leadership Council will stand as an impenetrable dam to confront terrorism in all its forms, and will work to combat sectarian conflicts that are tearing up Yemen’s social fabric. This is especially so since Yemen has turned into an arena for sectarian conflicts that want Yemen to be a starting point to undermine the security and stability of the Arab Gulf.
Marwa El- Shinawy
April 21, 2022
Opinion| The repercussions of the Ukrainian crisis on Libya
   Signs of conflict appeared when Russia renewed its endeavor to end the tasks of the UN mission in Tripoli, a few weeks before the start of the discussion about extending its term and appointing a new head for it. Russia also stressed its refusal to empower veteran American diplomat Stephanie Williams and prevent her from obtaining international legitimacy beyond her mission as Special Adviser to the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Libya.
Dr. Hatem Sadek
April 13, 2022
Opinion| Israel uses the Russia-Ukraine war to its advantage against the Palestinians
The first strategy is to accelerate the pace of settlement and change the reality on the ground, especially in Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque, to reinforce the policy of “reducing the conflict” adopted by the Bennett-Lapid government, to decisively undermine the two-state solution. For example, as soon as the military confrontations began, the Israeli Minister of Immigration Pnina Tamano Shata announced that Israel was ready to receive thousands of “Jewish” immigrants from Ukraine.
Marwa El- Shinawy
April 13, 2022
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Daily News Egypt
April 11, 2022
Opinion| Protecting patients from ransomware attacks
Why is healthcare cyber resiliency critical as we move beyond recovery?
Tarek Heiba
April 11, 2022
Open letter to Daily News Egypt’s editorial board: Russian Ambassador
I was surprised to find in the popular Egyptian English-language newspaper “Daily News Egypt” an article by a British “expert” Stephen Hall under the title: “Ukraine war: inside the web of Russia’s warring intelligence agencies”. The article contains insinuations and insulting remarks about the Russian leadership. Of course, one cannot question the Egyptian publishers’ ability …
Georgiy Borisenko
April 11, 2022
Opinion| In World Health Day 2022, the climate crisis is a health crisis
More importantly, the pandemic made us realise the significance of preparing our planet, communities, and healthcare systems for such threatening health events.
Seham Elmrayed
April 7, 2022
Opinion|  What is good for Iran is dangerous for Arabs
About 30% of the agreement’s terms are still under discussion. The mullahs of Iran insist on “guarantees and verification because America’s customary non-compliance threatens any agreement.” This is what the administration of President Joe Biden cannot provide despite its insistence on the agreement because the Congress has not yet given him the green light to pass such an agreement.
Dr. Hatem Sadek
April 6, 2022
Opinion| Saudi-Chinese cooperation raises concerns in United States of America
     Experts also believe that allowing oil payments to be paid in yuan may pave the way for the establishment of a parallel system of international payments in which the Chinese yuan will occupy the importance and strength similar to the US dollar. Also, it will help Russia bypass the sanctions imposed by Western countries after it invaded Ukraine, as Moscow can use the yuan as well.
Marwa El- Shinawy
March 30, 2022
Opinion| The sanctions weapon will not affect Putin
Washington’s first major use of economic sanctions was Thomas Jefferson’s embargo—ruled from March 1801 to March 1809—in which the United States halted all exports to France and the United Kingdom in the hope of pressuring them to stop their attacks on neutral American merchant ships during the Napoleonic Wars.
Dr. Hatem Sadek
March 23, 2022
Opinion| The US loses Saudi Arabia as a strategic ally because of Biden’s policies
Before the Russian invasion of Ukraine, oil prices witnessed a rise due to high demand as the world is recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, in which exporting countries reduced their production. When the war started in Ukraine, oil prices hiked even more. Brent crude oil exceeded $139 a barrel, approaching its record level of $147.50 in 2008.
Marwa El- Shinawy
March 23, 2022
Economic Impact of the Russia-Ukraine Conflict: A Blow to the Region?
Asharq Business with Bloomberg has dedicated extensive coverage of the Russia-Ukraine crisis providing up-to-date news and in-depth analysis while shedding light on the conflict’s economic secrets
Daily News Egypt
March 16, 2022

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