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The award of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize to Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has given rise to protests in his home country, writes Mohamed Abdel-Wahed

The continued detention of the second-placed candidate for Tunisia’s presidency is leading some to question the legitimacy of the whole election, writes Mohamed Abdel-Wahed

Egypt must revise its national security safeguards in the light of developments in information technology and artificial intelligence and the evolving nature of today’s cyber-threats, writes Mohamed Abdel-Wahed


What are the prospects for peacekeeping on the African continent in the light of the African Union’s new roadmap to silence the guns

Numerous armed Islamist groups continue to plague the East African region and especially Somalia as a result of the fragmentation of the country and the lack of central authority

Horn of Africa bordering Gulf of Aden and overlooking southern entrances to Red Sea has become arena of heightened international competition in recent years, potentially threatening Arab and Egyptian interests

Cyberwarfare has become one of the greatest threats to national security in the world today, presenting new challenges for the world’s intelligence agencies

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