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Wednesday, 17 July 2019
The death of ousted president Mohamed Morsi while he was standing trial has been seized upon by the enemies of Egypt and the Egyptian nation

Hosting the Africa Cup of Nations is a foreign-policy success for Egypt and an important expression of its soft power

New charitable organisations and contributions from business people are increasingly becoming an alternative to public spending in areas such as education and healthcare

Recognition of realities on the ground should govern, for both sides, resolution of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict

Why has knowledge ceased to be a factor in Egypt’s educational system?

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s involvement in the Libyan crisis is part of an increasingly desperate pattern of Turkish interventions in the region
If talks are to bring results, the Trump administration must drop its maximalist demands on North Korea
French President Emmanuel Macron has recovered his self-confidence, but this may not be enough to tackle the French malaise
The Iranian people must be made aware that it is the regime in Tehran that is provoking conflicts in the region
What light can the comparative study of revolutions throw on the 30 June Revolution in Egypt
What would Egypt have been like today in the absence of the 30 June 2013 Revolution
No “Deal of the Century” is possible without a full and comprehensive assessment of the economic and financial toll of Israel’s decades-long occupation of Palestinian territories
The state should aim to encourage our young people to propose solutions to the country’s problems and help to mentor their ideas
International law is the fruit of cultural and intellectual interaction between civilisations in its search for a world of peace and mutual understanding

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