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After years of neglecting its neighbours in Africa, Egypt’s new outlook on foreign policy after the 2013 revolution has been especially welcome in regard to the Nile Basin states
Caution has been the watchword of Egyptian policy on Yemen, though if further deterioration occurs, Cairo may be forced to intervene
The government’s ongoing economic reform programme is designed to put an end to years of economic mismanagement and stop-gap solutions
The loss of territory in 2017 suffered by various terrorist entities will influence their tactics and strategies in the year ahead
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Egypt needs a comprehensive deradicalisation strategy to counter the spread of extremist ideas
The close relationship between Egypt’s foreign policy and national security has been underlined during the first term of President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi
Many agree that Egypt’s reform programme was necessary. But as the economy starts to revive, decision-makers must keep an eye on formulating a comprehensive social policy
In addition to their enormous human costs, the conflicts in the Middle East will have long-term negative effects on the economic prospects of the countries concerned
Critics say that Egypt has focused on infrastructure over human resources in its development drive. But not only is this not true, it misunderstands what drives development
Egypt saw progress on combating terrorism in 2017, but more needs to be done, especially in activating the roles of the individual and civil society in counter-terrorism efforts
The Libyan reconciliation process continues to spin in place, despite the determined efforts of the head of the UN Support ...

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