Assistant Professor, Middle East Political Economy, at the University of Oregon. Currently writing on the Egyptian revolution and the Syrian crisis.
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#Egypt to join military maneuver with #Saudi and Gulf states – Politics – Egypt – Ahram Online #Yemen
Egypt to join military maneuver with Saudi and Gulf states – Politics – Egypt – Ahram Online.
WASHINGTON — An Egyptian procurement of 356 AGM-114K/R3 Hellfire II missiles has been cleared by the State Department, the first new procurement since the White House lifted a freeze on weapon sales to that nation. The sale also comes as … Continue reading
Experts have praised an agreement to use national currencies in future bilateral trade between Cairo and Moscow instead of the US dollar that was taken during Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Egypt last week. The two countries also discussed … Continue reading
Sisi: the sweetheart of private investors: Cabinet approves draft law aimed at opening electricity sector | Mada Masr
Egypt’s Cabinet on Wednesday approved a draft law that will pave the way for privatization of the country’s electricity sector. The draft law has now been sent to the State Council for review. According to a Cabinet statement, the new … Continue reading
Egypt pushed for action against jihadists in Libya ahead of a UN Security Council meeting Wednesday but faced reluctance from Western powers who stressed the need for a political solution. After launching air strikes against Islamic State group targets in … Continue reading