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Walid M. Abdelnasser's Articles
What explains the continuing popularity of late Egyptian president Gamal Abdel-Nasser, who died 50 years ago this year?

The late Omani sultan Qaboos bin Said assumed power at a critical juncture in the country’s history when it was facing a major revolt in Dhofar

The Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty was signed this month 40 years ago, with many of its provisions still open to different interpretations today​

The 1919 Revolution had extraordinary impacts on both national and democratic life in Egypt, setting the stage for the decades to come, writes Walid Abdelnasser

Taking place every year on 21 February, World Student Day owes its origins to the independence struggle of Egyptian students

This year sees the bicentenary of the birth of Karl Marx and draws attention to the German thinker’s continuing legacy

The Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia and disturbances across western Europe and the US were echoed in events in Egypt in 1968

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