Hussein Haridy 's Articles

Democratic aspirations have stalled across the Arab world, drawing attention to the principles that must be in place before they can succeed, writes Hussein Haridy

The recent virtual summit meeting between US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping was a positive step in the management of strategic competition between the two countries, writes Hussein Haridy

The latest round of the Egypt-US Strategic Dialogue has opened up a new chapter in bilateral relations, consecrating the two countries’ strategic partnership.

The Sudanese military must cooperate with national and international efforts to undo the effects of the 25 October events in Sudan.

The sooner the status quo ante is restored in Sudan, the better it will be for the security and stability of the country and for its democratic transition.

After US President Joe Biden’s remarks on the US commitment to Taiwan earlier this month, the administration’s reassurances to China have been very welcome

The stability and future of the Arab system are directly linked to the overall regional landscape.

The Arab world today is at a crossroads, with the transition to more open political systems looking possible in many of the Arab countries.

Egyptian-US relations should be managed in a larger context than Washington’s relations with Israel or its views on Egypt’s record on human rights.

President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi’s speech at the UN General Assembly this month presented Egypt interacting effectively with allies in building a better world and a more secure and stable Middle East.

Twenty years after the 11 September attacks, the fault lines that predated them are still with us

Islamist and terrorist groups worldwide have been celebrating the Taliban victory in Afghanistan in what may be the gravest consequence of the US withdrawal from the country

Last week’s Baghdad Conference for Cooperation and Partnership was a first step on the road towards broad and solid regional reconciliation

The blame game has already started as to what went wrong in Afghanistan over the past twenty years

The Taliban took control of Afghanistan, with the international community powerlessly watching

The US and NATO are withdrawing their forces from Afghanistan after two decades of war in the country, paving the way for the return of the Taliban to power

Recent visits by US officials to countries across the Indo-Pacific region have set the stage for a summit meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Joe Biden

US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman was in China for talks this week as part of further steps in managing the relationship between the US and China

Last week’s meeting of the UN Security Council to discuss the situation regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam made clear the position of the international community

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