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ABDUL FATTAH EL SISI
How Egypt Is Harming, Not Helping, The ISIS Fight
Akbar Shahid Ahmed
Egypt's re-Mubarakization Is Now Complete
Kevin A. Lees
Attorney, foreign policy writer
There's no more potent symbol that Egypt's current government is simply a more military-strong version of Mubarak-era authoritarianism. Egypt's re-Mubarakization could hardly be more complete.
Defeating the ISIL Threat -- For Good
Adjunct Senior Fellow at the American Security Project
In last few days I have appeared on a number of Arab TV channels discussing the growing threat of ISIL and what will be required to fully defeat the organization. ISIL is an existential threat to every Muslim, every Arab -- and soon an existential threat to everyone.
Long Weekend in Cairo
Traveler & adventurer at triphackr.com
Cairo is a common entry point to exploring the vast treasures of Egypt and one would need weeks to fully discover what the country has to offer.
The World According to General El-Sisi
Egyptian security, stability, terrorism, and future relations with the United States and Israel were among the issues Egypt's presidential frontrunner candidate field Marshal Abdel Fatah El- Sisi revealed in series of media interviews.
Naomi Sakr's New Book on Egyptian Journalism
Author, broadcaster, and Middle East specialist
Transformations in Egyptian Journalism
(I.B. Tauris, 2013), should be required reading for American public diplomacy specialists who want to engage Egyptians through the media.
Is the Egyptian Military Going Mad?
Writer, journalist and TV Commentator
A rational and sane person would think that the Egyptian military would come back to its senses after it became the source of international ridicule after its top leaders announced that they have found a cure for AIDS and the Hepatitis C Viruses, but that's not the case so far.
Moscow and Cairo Dating: It MUST be Valentine's Day
Winning Egypt's Long War With Extremism
Chairman and CEO, Mogahed Consulting
In what looked more like a scene from "
" than real life, Egypt's leading general and de-facto head of state Abdul-Fattah el-Sisi addressed cheering crowds in his full military fatigue and Gamal Abdel Nassir sunglasses on Wednesday.
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