Hany Ghoraba's Articles

Calls for a “revolution” in Egypt by the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood have been ignored by Egyptian citizens and are simply testimony of the group’s own political bankruptcy, writes Hany Ghoraba

For three decades now environmentalists around the world have been extremely vocal about the dangers of continuing on the path adopted since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution more than two centuries ago.

Recent political developments in Britain have called into question the country’s reputation for pragmatic and steady governance.

Oil is an increasingly important factor in the Ukraine war, writes Hany Ghoraba

The wave of protests currently taking place in Iran shows no signs of dying down despite the draconian measures taken by the regime.

The British economy is reeling from the major blows of Brexit, the Covid-19 pandemic, and the international energy crisis.

The late British monarch Queen Elizabeth II has passed her legacy of stability and pragmatism to her successor King Charles III

Despite the hype surrounding cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, recent price adjustments suggest there is a better future for more conventional assets, writes Hany Ghoraba

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been acting like a dictator in his response to peaceful protests by Freedom Convoy truckers.

Negotiations to defuse the escalating situation over Ukraine are the best hope to avoid a new Checkpoint Charlie crisis in which US and Russian troops wait for the order to fire.

The new year carries the baggage of the last two years, with the geopolitical, health, and economic situations across the world becoming ever more complex, writes Hany Ghoraba

A compromise solution must be found to end the dangerous escalation on the Ukraine-Russia border, writes Hany Ghoraba.

The shoddy performance of successive British governments during the post-Brexit period has been overshadowed by a worse performance after the Covid-19 pandemic, writes Hany Ghoraba

A new book details how the Obama administration secretly supported the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood across the Middle East in the wake of the 2011 Arab uprisings, writes Hany Ghoraba

The next German chancellor is unlikely to enjoy the same successes that outgoing chancellor Angela Merkel managed in her 16 years of rule.

The decision by the US, the UK, and Australia to break the submarines deal with France has led to further fractures in the NATO alliance.

After they seized Kabul, the Taliban will seek to extend their dominion and represent a menace to the world for years to come

Taliban is poised once again to take over Afghanistan following the US withdrawal from the country after 20 years of war

Egypt’s referral of the crisis over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam to the UN Security Council is part of its policy of bringing the issue to international mediation, writes Hany Ghoraba

No meeting of the G7 group of countries is uneventful, and this year’s summit saw some high-profile disagreements

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