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Tewfick Aclimandos's Articles
Those who truly want to become familiar with Egyptian affairs deserve better than groundless stereotypes, writes Tewfick Aclimandos

Are there other comparisons that could be made when trying to understand Egypt’s historical experience, asks Tewfick Aclimandos

What is the right comparison to make when trying to understand Egypt’s historical experience, asks Tewfick Aclimandos

What do we really know about the Egyptian state and its institutions, asks Tewfick Aclimandos

Is the West still a reliable international partner for Egypt

In a world that is becoming more and more uncertain, which international relations strategy should Egypt choose

Was US President Donald Trump right to withdraw from the nuclear deal with Iran

Do people trust each other too much or not enough in Egypt, asks Tewfick Aclimandos

What could an imagined dystopia tell us about contemporary politics, asks Tewfick Aclimandos

Every year at about this time, many people’s thoughts turn to former president Gamal Abdel-Nasser and the revolution that founded the modern Egyptian state

Personal rivalries among top politicians can explain the current shape of French politics, writes Tewfick Aclimandos

French President Emmanuel Macron has recovered his self-confidence, but this may not be enough to tackle the French malaise

Being largely irrelevant to European trade did not mean being unknown, as a new history of the Saudi city of Jeddah reveals

The international media coverage of Egypt is often blatantly unfair, explaining why many are often right to lose their patience with it

Western intellectual views of Egyptian society can only really be understood by looking at what took place in Europe in the 1970s and 1980s

Why do so many Westerners so doggedly misunderstand what is at stake in contemporary Egypt

How far should the US go in trying to preserve good relations with Turkey

The generally accepted understanding of the relationship between the civilian head of government and the military may be deeply flawed

The memoirs of former politicians can make fascinating reading

The Egyptian middle classes are under severe pressure, with neoliberal economic policies meaning they have to pay more for goods and services and their purchasing power being in sharp decline

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