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Moataz Bellah Abdel-Fattah

The Egyptian point of view, the Saudi point of view

In political science and international relations, among the approaches used in analysing human relations from the individual to the national level is what is known as “political communication.” Supporters of this approach say that many of the internal and external tensions of political life arise from the absence, weakness, or deformation of communication between the …

Moataz Bellah Abdel-Fattah

Tiran Sanafir Egypt Saudi Arabia

Without further discussion, Tiran and Sanafir are Egyptian

State Council judges have penned a new line in the honour of the Egyptian judicial record. One of the council’s judges said the decisively final word in the conflict between the Egyptian government and a major segment of the community on the sovereignty of the Tiran and Sanafir islands. Supporters and opponents shared different opinions …

Emad El-Sayed

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Egypt to face off against Saudi Arabia on Wednesday

Egypt is slated to play against Saudi Arabia at 6pm on Wednesday, in the final match of the first round of the 22nd Edition of the Emirates Airlines Men’s Basketball Championship for Arab teams. On Tuesday, Egypt defeated Algeria 73-56. The championship is taking place at the Cairo International stadium.   Photos courtesy of Ministry …

Maydaa El-Nadar

James M Dorsey

Think that 2016 was a tough year for Saudi Arabia? Wait until you see 2017

2016 was not a good year for Saudi Arabia. Sharply lowered oil prices sparked a domestic financial crisis that is forcing the country to restructure its economy. Saud Arabia’s bitter struggle with Iran for regional hegemony has embroiled it in wars and political conflicts which it has been unable to win, leaving Saudi Arabia no …

James Dorsey

OPEC nudged up its world oil demand forecasts for 2013 and 2014 on Tuesday, citing improved economic sentiment in developed countries, including the United States and Europe.
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How a fluctuating oil market is likely to impact Egypt

The oil market has been in decline for a considerable period of time, having experienced three consecutive years during which supply has outstripped demand. This has continued to drive prices down and created a depreciating marketplace, while forcing the intergovernmental Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to take decisive action.

Daily News Egypt