Mohamed Salmawy's Articles

The Russia-Ukraine war has had repercussions on many aspects of political life in Europe, not least in areas related to the sanctions imposed on Russia.

The former Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev, who passed away last week at the age of 91, is the model foe the kind of non-Western political leader that the West turns into a hero or a legend – not for what they have done for their people or country but for helping to solve problems that plague that same West.

Applying the constitutional provisions on culture and the citizens’ right to access it is the best way to fight extremism.

Much of the world has begun to grasp the cruelties and injustices the Palestinian people suffer, and the fog of blind pro-Israeli bias has begun to lift to lay bare stark realities on the ground.

Are we on the threshold of a settlement that could end the Russian-Ukrainian war? European stances on the matter have backtracked considerably.

Although the National Dialogue, which held its first session on Tuesday 12 July, was launched in response to a presidential call, it is independent of the government’s political frameworks.

I received a phone call from Egypt’s Ambassador to Belgium Badr Abdel-Atti, following the publication of an article of mine about a gas export deal between Egypt and the EU. At the time, the agreement had not been made public.

US President Joe Biden, who opened his term with the resolve to carry out a campaign threat against Saudi Arabia, is now preparing to make a formal visit to the kingdom.

The backlash continues against former secretary of state Henry Kissinger for his remarks about the Russia-Ukraine crisis.

Has Tunisia at last emerged from the dark tunnel of chaos to the light of stability? Tunisian President Kais Saied has recently formed an advisory committee to draw up a new constitution to establish what he termed “the new republic”.

Manfred Knof, chairman of the board of Directors of Commerzbank, has warned of the risks of energy supplies to Germany as a result of the Russia-Ukraine war.

In the politically and meteorologically hot summer of 2013, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas arrived in Cairo on an unscheduled visit to meet with president Mohamed Morsi. I had the opportunity to interview Abbas in his hotel afterwards.

In its zealous and frenzied of backing of Ukraine, the West has once again revealed its political biases, racism and flagrant hypocrisy in its regard for universal laws and principles.

The release of more than 40 pretrial detainees is a significant development concerning the human rights issue in Egypt.

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