Eman Ragab's Articles

What can be done to prevent the movement of terrorists across international borders given their increasingly sophisticated methods of evading detection, asks Eman Ragab

Experts expect the Israeli war on Gaza to lead to a growth in terrorism and terrorist attacks, writes Eman Ragab

Middle Eastern policymakers are becoming increasingly aware of the emerging threats and potential cross-sectoral consequences of a possible cyberattack, writes Eman Ragab

What are the reasons behind the increasing links between terrorist activities and transnational organised crime groups, asks Eman Ragab

Arab countries must play an active role in the development of artificial intelligence and devise strategies to incorporate it into their economies, writes Eman Ragab

A new report is drawing attention to the dangers of misinformation and disinformation to societies worldwide, writes Eman Ragab

New frameworks and mechanisms to ensure security in the Middle East and North Africa region have arisen over recent years.

Despite speculation about a possible Egyptian-Iranian rapprochement, there can be no change in Egypt’s relations with Iran in the absence of a fundamental change in the latter’s policies, writes Eman Ragab

A new report looks at the attitudes of young people across the Arab world covering such issues as identity, present problems, and future hopes and aspirations, writes Eman Ragab

The recent Saudi-Iranian agreement normalising relations between the two countries will bolster Saudi Arabia’s regional role and could lead to other countries reactivating their relations with Iran, writes Eman Ragab

Policymakers who want to empower women in the Arab region need to look more closely at the access enjoyed by women entrepreneurs to digital and other technologies, writes Eman Ragab

TikTok has seen an explosion in the numbers of its users, including in countries where it has gained a “bad reputation”.

This year opened with important developments intended to guarantee the observance of human rights in Egypt.

Eman Ragab considers EU security in the light of the Ukraine war

Eman Ragab considers the connection between two vital topics

High population growth can hamper development, welfare, and security, which is why Egypt is targeting a reduction in its population growth rate over the next 10 years.

Egypt’s hosting of the UN COP27 Climate Conference in Sharm El-Sheikh in November will put African priorities back on the climate agenda, writes Eman Ragab

It has been 21 years since the terrorist attacks on 11 September 2001. These attacks are remembered by Americans with sadness and sorrow, as they took away the lives of thousands of innocent people who happened to be at the World Trade Centre in New York, in Pennsylvania, or at the Pentagon building in Washington.

Three main steps need to be taken in order to guarantee the success of Egypt’s national dialogue, writes Eman Ragab

The number of active terrorist groups in Egypt is ever-changing, with their activities reflecting their ideological commitments and sources of personnel

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