Azza Radwan Sedky's Articles

The story of Mohamedou Ould Slahi, detained in the Guantanamo Bay Prison for 14 years without being charged with a crime, must become more widely known.

The third season of the series Al-Ikhtiyar may remind us of the real meaning of treason.

Before the current perpetrators of war crimes are held accountable, the prosecution of previous ones is a must, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

The Western media’s coverage of the war in Ukraine is not playing an objective role, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

Ukraine is bearing the brunt of a proxy war, with Ukrainians at risk of losing their country, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

An invasion is an invasion, whether of Iraq or Ukraine. But are invasions appraised differently depending on where they take place and by whom.

Egypt’s Decent Life Initiative is changing the lives of people living in rural areas across the country, as the results of its first phase amply show.

The recent letter by members of the European Parliament criticising Egypt’s human-rights record is an assault on Egypt’s sovereignty and its right to govern its own citizens

The Western media has once again revealed its hostile agenda towards Egypt, this time in reporting the arrest of an Egyptian national in the United States, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

Foreign interference in other countries’ judicial matters should be off limits since it poisons international relations and can lead to significant mistrust, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

Much work is being done to meet Egypt’s environmental challenges, underlining the country’s hosting of next year’s UN COP27 meeting on climate change, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

As preparations continue for the opening of the new Grand Egyptian Museum, Egypt should continue to press for the return of irreplaceable artefacts from museums abroad.

A recent article in the US magazine Foreign Affairs unfairly treats Egypt while betraying much of the habitual arrogance of the Western media

Egyptians see the relationship between the current protests in the United States and the 25 January Revolution in Egypt from a different perspective than the Western media, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

Months away from the US presidential race, the coronavirus pandemic might give Trump a rough ride at the polls, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

Could there be a positive side to the Covid-19 pandemic, asks Azza Radwan Sedky

Egyptian writers publishing in Western newspapers have too often become trapped into corroborating the arrogance of the Western media, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

The Egyptian people have accomplished more than what some considered possible since the 25 January 2011 Revolution, solving many of the problems of the previous period, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

In voting to approve US President Donald Trump’s impeachment, members of the US House of Representatives voted on clearly polarised party lines, writes Azza Sedky

Is Egypt as vulnerable to the harsh realities of climate change as other countries, asks Azza Radwan Sedky