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Today the permanent premises of the International Criminal Court, the ICC, officially open in The ...

As I arrived in New York I had already turned the page on my leadership of the Egyptian Social ...

Some say deterioration in the Egyptian media is desired by the government, to deflect attention from its performance. While no proof is provided of this, suspicions damage the media environment as a whole
The Brussels attacks illustrate the failure of European security and intelligence forces to confront and eliminate the threat of radicalised Islamist extremists
In Egypt in recent years the stream of violent imagery in the media has grown to a torrent, in contrast to most Western countries where graphic imagery is sanitised. Is a middle ground possible?

I don’t think I can say anything about the late Mohammed Hassanein Heikal’s work in ...

By the fifth anniversary of the 25 January Revolution, the conspiracy theory had become a mainstream ...

What has happened in the five years since the 25 January Revolution? This is a question that has ...

On Wednesday, December 16, the Cabinet approved several amendments to Law 62/1975 on illicit gains,stating ...

Negotiations between Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan on the Renaissance Dam do not seem to be leading toward a resolution of the issue. Resorting to international arbitration should be Egypt's immediate option

Will Libya’s political agreement prove capable of surviving the various challenges it is facing? Grave would be the consequences if it doesn't


Without commenting on judicial rulings, the continued application of the protest law indicates ...



Saudi Arabia has recently seen major transformations that will change the role it is playing in the region and will have repercussions on Egypt


At a joint press conference with his French counterpart, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi ...



Portuguese foreign policy has several priorities and all of them are well defined: the European ...



I don’t intend to add much to what others have said and written over the last two weeks in ...



There isn't one media discourse in any society. But there is a dominant discourse that is not only competing with less influential opposing or marginalised discourses, but also cooperating, coexisting and borrowing from them


Weaknesses at the heart of the Egyptian state, particularly on rights and rule of law, need to be addressed, not denied


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