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Egypt and Driving Investment Away

Egypt and Driving Investment Away

Egypt’s far and foremost vice is neither terrorism nor political opposition; it rather is the broken economy which all governments came to promise repairing, yet rarely succeeded to. The shattered economy is the sole loophole capable of disturbing statehood and...
The Anniversary of Bahrain’s February Protests

The Anniversary of Bahrain’s February Protests

Sunday, February 14, marked the fifth anniversary for Bahrain’s protests as thousands of citizens were protesting and calling for political change in the tiny island kingdom lying at the banks of the Gulf Arab states, thus repeating the “Arab Spring” experience after...
A Conflict of Definitions

A Conflict of Definitions

There are rising levels of frustration among Egyptians who supported the removal of Mursi from power over what they see as biased statements from “Western” media and leaders who identify what happened as a coup undertaken by the army. Despite the angry reaction from...