24 Aug, 2021

“Cyber Protest”: The Hidden Face-book of Tunisia’s July 25

Larbi Sadiki | 24 August 2021

Tunisia’s president does not have a Facebook account. Kais Saied comes from humble origins. At university, he had qualms with the professoriate from the largely urban Beldi elite. Saied kept aloof from the politics [...]

“Cyber Protest”: The Hidden Face-book of Tunisia’s July 252021-08-24T15:59:57+03:00
2 Oct, 2020

Weekly Wire (October 2, 2020)

Al Sharq Strategic Research | 02 October 2020

A special summit among the EU member countries kicked off in Brussels. During the summit, the growing tension in the Mediterranean, relations with Turkey, protests in Belarus, and problems concerning Nagorno-Karabagh, and economic cooperation with China will be discussed. The top discussion is expected to be on the relations with Turkey and rising tension in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Weekly Wire (October 2, 2020)2020-10-05T16:46:31+03:00
31 Aug, 2020

Is There Any Legal Basis for Egypt’s Threat of Military Intervention in Libya?

Deniz Baran | 31 August 2020

In an attention-grabbing statement on June 20th, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi claimed that his country had “a legitimate right to intervene in neighbouring Libya and defend itself after receiving direct threats from terrorist militias and mercenaries
Is There Any Legal Basis for Egypt’s Threat of Military Intervention in Libya?2020-11-06T16:28:00+03:00
28 Aug, 2020

Egypt Must Accept Sharing the Nile with Ethiopia and Eight Other African States

Thembisa Fakude | 28 August 2020

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) in Ethiopia continues to create political tensions between Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia.  The GERD is a $4 billion hydroelectric project on the Blue Nile in the Benishangul-Gumuz Region of Ethiopia about 15 km east of the border from Sudan (1).  The construction of the dam started in 2011. 
Egypt Must Accept Sharing the Nile with Ethiopia and Eight Other African States2020-09-01T14:24:15+03:00
18 Aug, 2020

The Changing Balance of Power in USA-UAE Relations

Kristian Coates Ulrichsen Giorgio Cafiero | 18 August 2020 | TR | AR

Since power in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) was consolidated into the hands of Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed (MbZ), he has become the country’s de facto ruler. MbZ has also become, [...]

The Changing Balance of Power in USA-UAE Relations2020-08-26T17:51:48+03:00
20 Jul, 2020

Government Responses Toward the Coronavirus Crisis: A Comparative Analysis of Egypt, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia

Ahmed Mohsen | 20 July 2020 | TR | AR

The role of governments in managing the COVID-19 pandemic crisis is what determines the outcomes in each country, among other significant factors
Government Responses Toward the Coronavirus Crisis: A Comparative Analysis of Egypt, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia2020-08-17T13:24:23+03:00
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