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Egypt’s role and Regional challenges

translated by Samia Galal ,15 Jan 2018 The Arab region is witnessing unprecedented challenges in which economic and social crises are intertwined and regional interventions and international ambitions are intervened. The terrorism file is topped the list of challenges as …

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Arab states should say ‘no thanks’ to US aid

At the UN General Assembly, Trump and Haley crudely wielded America’s dollars as a weapon to batter the economically vulnerable By Linda S. Heard, Gulf News, December 25, 2017 US President Donald Trump has just thrown a grenade into a volatile …

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US-Washed-up superpower

Samia Galal&News Agencies Dec, 24 ,2017 In flagrant violation of the international law, the United States confronts the whole world with irresponsible decision and gives what it does not own to those who don’t deserve. The humiliating condemnation of the …

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Actually, Egypt Is a Terrible Ally! Nytimes OP_ ED

When Vice President Mike Pence visits Egypt on Wednesday, he will follow in the footsteps of countless American officials who have stopped in Cairo to laud the “strategic partnership” between the United States and Egypt. nytimes,DEC. 18, 2017 This has …

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No tangible responses to Trump’s Jerusalem shock

  Muslim world should take coordinated actions such as rejecting the petro-dollar, boycotting US exports and withdrawing investments from American banks   By Linda S. Heard , Gulf News  December 18, 2017 Donald Trump’s flouting of international law with his …

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Trump-Russia probe is about to get uglier

Bloomberg -Albert R. Hunt Here are two certainties about the Trump-Russia investigation. It won’t end soon. It will get uglier. A new shoe drops almost daily in special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe. First, Former national security adviser Michael Flynn pleaded …

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The leader of the traitors!

Ashraf AboArafe The former dictator once fought the Houthis, and later allied with them. His decision to break with them again was his last IT WAS an unceremonious end for an Arab leader who had dominated his country for decades. …

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Egypt paves way for world youth dialogue

  Samia Galal,November 4,2017  Sharm El-Shaikh receives 3000 youth from 120 countries to tackle joint files in the region and the whole world. Around 1000 Egyptian volunteers are working day and night to prepare for the World Youth Forum. The …

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Refugees’ solution

Samia Galal,October 26,2017 The current refugee crisis is the most significant since the second world war. Homeless people became a major dilemma facing both developing and developed countries. However, refugee ‘burden’, including any potential threat, falls disproportionately on poor countries, …

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May, stop punishing Sharm Al Shaikh!

UK carriers are unable to fly to the Egyptian Red Sea resort although it has been deemed safe two years after a Russian plane crash By Linda S. Heard, Gulf News October 25, 2017 October 31 marks the second anniversary of …

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