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Khaled Okasha's Articles
What is Ankara seeking to achieve from its attempts at rapprochement with Egypt and why now

The Border Violence Monitoring Network is an independent network of NGOs and associations that monitors human rights violations at the external borders of the EU

Political and ethnic score-settling appears to have pushed Ethiopia to the brink of open civil war

While attention relative to the Libyan conflict focuses on the bifurcation between east and west, the south is ignored despite its festering and growing security challenges, writes Khaled Okasha

From the disarray of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt under President Al-Sisi has risen to regional and international prominence with a record of successes

The recent play of events in Syria shows the depth of Turkey’s strategic interest in Libya

Egypt’s recently tabled initiative on Libya, aiming to disassemble the structures of strife and conflict, is a mature proposal around which all concerned parties should coalesce

The Arab coalition was on the verge of taking from the Houthis in Yemen the port city of Hodeida, but stopped. Why, asks Khaled Okasha

In the throes of sectarian and proxy conflicts, the region in recent years saw not only a proliferation of terrorist organisations, but interwoven interests that kept terrorism itself alive

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