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Wednesday, 25 November 2020
Political and ethnic score-settling appears to have pushed Ethiopia to the brink of open civil war

While the world remains riveted on the US election process, friction in the wheels of the smooth transfer of power leaves questions arising as to the health of the American polity

There is much at stake if the idea of 'American exceptionalism' is dissolving

A brief statement made by President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi laid the foundation for strong security cooperation

Self-reliance is the option Arabs need to consider to solve the problems of a region fatigued by turmoil and the predations of outsiders near and far

The development of Egypt’s maritime industry including its seaports and the Suez Canal will bring enormous benefits to the economy as a whole

Do Internet search engines manipulate members of the public, steering them to see content differently? The map of Egypt is a case in point

The growing conflict in Ethiopia is more than a national issue, potentially destabilising the strategic Horn of Africa


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