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Opinion
The Egyptian revolution will not succeed until it establishes a new system that eliminates the causes of the revolution, which persist until now
Using force to achieve political goals is a cornerstone of Muslim Brotherhood ideology, including the new Qutbists emerging now. But more is needed from the state than responding with force alone
Hosni Mubarak and his regime should face political trials before a revolutionary court for the legacy of corruption, waste of public money, and impoverishing future generations they left in their wake
Among top priorities of the youth in a new Egypt are the protest law, political participation, and effective development, as discussed in three gatherings held prior to a planned meeting with the president
Egypt must embrace its youth as long as their political and cultural activities are peaceful, for no matter how harsh their criticisms are of public policies, the future depends on them
Cutting the deficit in the general budget was an essential start that needs to be followed by serious steps for sharper reductions once Egypt's economy stabilises and growth improves

While Egypt's national security concerns in Libya are legitimate and pressing, it must carefully weigh its options and find allies in a complicated international and regional scene


The realisation of the goals of the January 2011 revolution requires alterations in state structure to allow for sound democracy, one that starts from below and is based on meaningful political participation


Egypt and Russia are each pivotal on the international scene and can cement a mutually beneficial partnership that recalls past glories while looking forward to new horizons


After much anticipation, candidates for the coming parliamentary elections finally began filing their candidacy papers a couple of day ago.


Recent changes in the exchange rate of the Egyptian pound to the US dollar point to an approaching wave of inflation, with a requisite impact on the socio-economic horizon


Terrorism has again struck in Sinai, claiming the lives of Egyptian soldiers and civilians and filling Egyptians with grief, rage, and a desire for retribution.


Football used to be a sport in Egypt run by the generals, like a military operation. Perhaps that explains past glories, and present disputes


For more than three decades, Egyptian-US relations were governed by a formula drawn out by Mubarak. Despite his departure, neither Washington nor post-revolution Egypt are interested in changing it


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