Gamal Abdel-Gawad's Articles

America’s dropping of nuclear bombs on Japan at the end of World War II was built upon a lie and established a pattern in the country’s subsequent foreign policy, writes Gamal Abdel-Gawad

Egypt can learn lessons from the Indian experience of introducing reforms in the wake of an economic crisis.

Egypt has successfully completed two development stages since the 30 June Revolution in 2013 and is now poised to accelerate work on stage three.