Hany Ghoraba's Articles

Qatari Prince Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani has been playing a destructive role in financing terrorist groups across the region while posing as a democrat to Western audiences

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s ferocious attack on northern Syria is only part of his ambitions in the region, writes Hany Ghoraba

The current existential war facing Egypt may be even more ferocious than the wars of the last century, writes Hany Ghoraba

The Muslim Brotherhood’s latest attempt to move back onto the political scene in Egypt by broadcasting Internet videos from a contractor based abroad is its most desperate to date, writes Hany Ghoraba

All too often Egypt’s social media activists have gone against the best interests of the nation, betraying the very causes that they have been claiming most to serve, writes Hany Ghoraba

Will the recent revelations made by former Turkish prime minister Ahmet Davutoğlu lead to the beginning of the end of the house of Erdogan, asks Hany Ghoraba

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has controversially decided to delay the recall of the British parliament, with demonstrations taking place across the country as a result

The upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections in Tunisia may represent a turning point in the country’s history

The Russian authorities must be more transparent about the explosion that took place at the Nyonoksa nuclear-testing site earlier this month

The end of the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty between the US and Russia is bad news for the world’s security

The inept and comic figures that currently hold key positions in Britain mean that the country’s future does not look bright

Is Russian President Vladimir Putin intending to drive a wedge through NATO by selling weapons to Turkey?

This message of stability sent to the world by Egypt’s successful hosting of this year’s Africa Cup of Nations was even more important than winning the event, writes Hany Ghoraba

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s involvement in the Libyan crisis is part of an increasingly desperate pattern of Turkish interventions in the region

Egypt’s 30 June Revolution sent a wake-up call to Muslim and non-Muslim communities alike about the dangers of ever letting the Islamists reach the higher echelons of power

The death of ousted president Mohamed Morsi while he was standing trial has been seized upon by the enemies of Egypt and the Egyptian nation

US sanctions against China and Russia have led to growing Sino-Russian cooperation and the formation of an alliance that may eventually eclipse the West

British prime minister Theresa May ended her career as the UK’s second female prime minister this week in the minefields of the country’s exit from the European Union

Putin’s next few political moves, especially in the Middle East, may define his legacy as Russian leader

The region is seeing a new confrontation between Iran and the United States, but this need not lead to full-scale war

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