Latest in Tag: USA Highlight
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The new crown prince has been influential in Saudi politics since his father became king
In a research paper I am currently preparing, I found out that there was some kind of a decision taken by opinion-making circles in the west to blame Egypt and Egyptians every day and then look for justifications later. The presidency of Egypt is the most undermined, followed by the armed forces, the police, media, …
Since President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi came to power in Egypt, the relations between Egypt and the United States of America has been shaky, forcing some investors to fear that the relationship between both countries would deteriorate. However, since Al-Sisi’s meeting with president Donald J. Trump before he was elected, both of them have shared many …
The bill would allow civilians to file lawsuits against the Saudi government in relation to the attack
The meeting inter alia tackled efforts to fight terrorism and regulate religious discourse
Trump has advocated for a complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States
The USA has published guidelines for its controversial use of drones, and has given a glimpse of its overall strategy. But critics say that it isn’t enough.
Al-Sisi, Sobhi met with US Congress delegation to discuss bilateral cooperation
Banks are keen to loan to SMEs; now however is not the right time due to the high unpredictability in the economics in Egypt, says Levari Law Founder
Permanent ambassador to the UN says criticisms of Egypt are simply unjustified
US-Egypt strategic dialogue resumes six years after suspension
The US and Turkish government have agreed to create a strategic safe zone on the Syrian-Turkish border to combat "IS" militants. The move comes as Ankara makes a dramatic shift in its policy towards the terrorists. The plan foresees the creation of a buffer zone out of a 68-mile (109 kilometer) stretch of land still under IS control, a senior…
JCPOA’s “historic” deal was signed in Vienna to curb nuclear enrichment in Iran, lift economic ban
The agreement was signed with initials, it is practically non-existent, but for now COMESA exists, says El-Gabaly
By Dr Cesar Chelala In his book Century of the Wind, the late Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano tells how in 1927 the US Marines landed in Nicaragua to quell a revolutionary revolt by Augusto César Sandino, who led a ragtag army of Nicaraguan peasants to fight the invasion. Armed primarily with machetes and 19th century rifles, Sandino’s army fought …
State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki says US supports nuclear power programme under Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty
Egypt is said to have signed an agreement with Cyprus to buy natural gas to fulfil the local market’s needs.
By Amr Khalifa Sometime last week, on the Ismailiyia-Cairo highway, there was a man hung by rope from a billboard. Painful, but precise, the image rendered an imperfect Egyptian economic/political landscape. That postcard of desperation was the furthest thing from the minds of Sisi supporters at the other end of the world at the UN. …
68% of Egyptians knew of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s visit to the United States, while 32% where unaware of the visit.
85% of those who knew about the visit saw that it improved Egypt’s image in front of the world, while 5% didn’t think it made a difference, and 10% were unsure.
The two presidents discuss ISIS and Libya, agree on future foreign ministers’ dialogue mechanism
Arab League highest importer of Egyptian goods in August, ministry’s report highlighted
Region also needs to work together and improve economic and social procedures to combat extremism, says President Al-Sisi
Flow of investment between the two countries also declines 61.7%, CAPMAS
Al-Sisi administration hopes to take advantage of the summit to reassure US businessmen regarding the Egyptian economy
By Philip Whitfield Let’s remind ourselves of the central challenge Egypt faces: the population explosion and its consequences. We know Greater Cairo’s 22 million will be 40 million in 10 years. In 30 years Cairo’s population will be greater than the entire United Kingdom’s. Unless something dramatic happens – and I imagine it will – the …