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Opinion
The world experienced something of the grandeur of Egypt’s ancient civilisation in the Pharaohs Golden Parade of Royal Mummies to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation last weekend

Three major strategic shifts in the regional landscape could redraw the map of the Middle East

A good crisis can be rife with opportunities, explained the Italian thinker Niccolò Machiavelli, but will this be the case with the present crisis over Covid-19?

Ethiopia must heed Egypt’s red line on its share of Nile water in the negotiations on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Experiencing fear and loathing in a review of the results of the Israeli election

Although the calamity of the Ever Given was overcome and maritime operations returned to normal in the Suez Canal, the impact of the crisis unveiled incessant attempts by major powers to offer alternative shipping routes

US President Joe Biden’s first press conference since he entered office marked a sharp contrast with the presidential press conferences of the last four years

Considering the way the world works


The European report to the UN Human Rights Council on the human-rights situation in Egypt is full of inaccuracies and ignores the real situation in the country, writes Leila Takla in an open letter to Europe
The crisis over the Ever Given cargo ship that temporarily blocked the Suez Canal has tested the viability of other routes in the shipping sector
The Muslim Brotherhood’s media discourse has a single aim – to attack Egypt and the Egyptian state in order to promote its own failing and discredited purposes
Europe is suffering its worst winter since World War II as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and the associated wave of lockdowns, writes Hany Ghoraba
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