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Mostafa Ahmady's Articles
Egypt has proposed a continental force to fight terrorism in Africa. Before it is too late, it is time for African leaders to heed the call and follow through

The recent meeting between Benyamin Netanyahu and Sudan’s Abdel-Fattah Al-Burhan could be a game changer for Israel, if not for Sudan

Among many misconceptions about Islam, perhaps the most dangerous is that it is a religion that is not open to changing times

Whatever the details of the agreement between Egypt and Ethiopia on the filling of the GERD, its operation cannot be allowed to reduce Egypt’s historical right to the Nile’s water by a single cubic metre

Qatar still holds fast, regardless its new diplomacy, to hardline Islamist ideology. It will fail, because the rest of the Arab world saw the true colours of Islamists

Ethiopia’s young prime minister upturned a near monopoly on power by Tigrayans, but can he and Ethiopia survive the backlash

Oromo activist Jawar Mohamed’s decision to join the Oromo Federalist Congress has introduced new uncertainties into already turbulent Ethiopian politics, writes Mostafa Ahmady

Egypt continued its negotiations with Ethiopia over the building of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam this year, eventually opening the issue up to international mediation

Resolution of the water dispute between Egypt and Ethiopia may be at hand, but it will require the latter to abandon its intransigence in negotiations

With mounting cracks within the country’s ruling elite, uncertainty is overwhelming the 112 million people of Ethiopia

A quarter of a century after the terrible events of the Rwandan Genocide, Rwanda has become a model for the African continent and the developing world at large, writes Mostafa Ahmady

Fourth-Generation Warfare, or 4GW, has proved itself to be almost as effective as conventional weapons of mass destruction in recent years

The Declaration of Principles on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is a win-win agreement for all concerned as it recognises the rights of all the signatory parties to the water of the Nile, writes Mostafa Ahmady

Despite a promising start, could Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed be heading towards a new cult of personality, asks Mostafa Ahmady

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has made shocking comments on the possibility of military action to break the impasse on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, writes Mostafa Ahmady

A recent meeting in Cairo underlined the fact that the Nile is an existential issue for Egypt despite Ethiopian attempts to impose a de facto solution to negotiations on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, writes Mostafa Ahmady

Despite what some in Ethiopia have been saying, Egypt has never objected to Ethiopia’s right to use the River Nile to generate electricity, writes Mostafa Ahmady

Ethiopia must act to recognise Egypt’s legitimate objections to its policies in building the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

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