Ahmed El-Sayed Al-Naggar's Articles

The government should not bow to opposition to capital gains taxes on stocks, which are much lower than that imposed in other developing and developed countries

Without massive foreign assistance, and the complicity of Western powers, Zionists would not have been able to establish Israel on lands they did not buy but rather usurped from Palestinians

The tension between the West and Russia over Ukraine, alongside other matters, once played out in Egypt, where Soviet funding proved decisive in building of one of the 20th century's greatest infrastructure achievements

Talk of diverting water from the Congo River to Egypt is pure fantasy, shifting attention from less costly and more effective strategies for conserving Nile Basin water resources

Although Nile Basin countries record high increases in population, there is no water crisis in these countries overall. Nonetheless, they lack a water strategy that stops waste and increases water revenues

Ethiopia’s 'logic' behind the construction of the Renaissance Dam is shocking, perhaps even more so than the issue of the dam itself

The poetry of Abdel-Rahman El-Abnoudi has been delivered by lead singers ever since the end of the 1950s. It contributed to recording Egypt’s national battles and shaping its collective consciousness

The loss of prime agricultural lands to illegal urban encroachment is something Egypt's next president must address via practical solutions that preserve the right to housing for new rural generations

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