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Hassan Abou Taleb's Articles
While Egypt may suffer defeats, it's influence remains strong, enduring the ebbs and flows that confront all states and societies

The new census figures show the continued existence of a range of issues for policy-makers, including illiteracy, early marriage, and a youth bulge

It seems that the world, especially the West, must adapt to non-traditional terrorist operations that can be difficult to detect beforehand and that aim at killing civilians in apparently random ways

Directed against Syrian refugees, an ugly parochialism has emerged in Lebanon that could threaten the country's delicate model of coexistence

A state's sovereignty is not absolute. It is governed by international law and internationally agreed principles, as well as the rights of neighbouring states

Ankara has gone too far in its defence of Qatar when it should have been trying to persuade the emirate to change its policies

The deterioration of the situation in Yemen has raised calls for the secession of southern Yemen, but that step is neither easy nor straightforward

Israel has several reasons to launch yet another aggression on Lebanon; Tel Aviv is simply waiting for the time and the pretext

Are we on the threshold of a new stage of globalisation, and if so will it meet the demands of developing countries?

The withdrawal of seven Arab countries from the recent Arab-African Summit in Malabo furnished more proof that burying one's head in the sand is not an effective strategy in international relations

As much as the US presidential elections was about the future of America, it was also an evaluation of Obama's legacy

With cyberwar and online privacy invasion becoming the norm, it's time for a global dialogue to redefine 'sovereignty'

Will Trump victory in the US presidential elections lessen Washington's engagement in global issues related to global security?

The corruption revealed in wheat collecting is not the first and will not be the last case. Without effective monitoring and a strict legal system, any attempt to combat corruption will flounder

The Arab League must be revamped and restructured, according to Secretary General Ahmed Abul Gheit, but there is a lack of will among Arab states to do so

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Short-term and long-term measures must be taken to curb the phenomenon of cheating in Thanaweya Amma exams

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Dialogue and open discussion is the only way to resolve the dilemma of finding balance between human rights and security. And this is the responsibility of the government, parliament as well as human rights organisations

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Those who say there is hostility between the regime and the youth are wrong. Nor is the youth united against the regime. Sensible voices know great changes took place, amid limited resources

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Saving Syria, and thereby preventing a wider regional disaster, now depends, whether we like it or not, on engaging the Syrian regime no matter its deplorable record

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Egypt is committed to fighting terrorism, at home and abroad, within a comprehensive framework

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