What is Behind the Destabilization in Egypt, Iran, Turkey?

Valery Kulikov In 2011, over a dozen states in the Arab world were hit by a West-instigated wave of protest movements in the name of reshaping the political map of the world and redistributing the region’s natural wealth. At that time, color revolutions raged in Tunisia, Egypt and Yemen, civil wars destabilized the situation in…

Egypt’s Stance at the Arab Summit in Algeria

Viktor Mikhin This is the first meeting of the annual Arab Summit after the long break due to the coronavirus epidemic. It was supposed to be held in March this year but was postponed due to numerous disagreements over the agenda and the desire of the incoming chairman, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, to take some political steps…

Climate Change and Rising Seas Threaten Egypt’s Breadbasket

Farmland inundated with saltwater, gradually eats away the soil in the Mediterranean town of Mutubes, in Kafr el-Sheikh province, Egypt. (AP) Situated on Egypt’s northern coast on the Mediterranean, the Nile River Delta is one of the world’s three most vulnerable hot-spots to climate change impacts. Sayed Abuel-Ezz has seen his crops wither from seawater…

“Israel” to Replace Russia as EU Gas Supplier: What Will this Mean?

Robert Inlakesh “Israel’s” attempts at expanding its exploitation of coastal Eastern Mediterranean resources has the potential to ignite conflict on multiple fronts. The EU, “Israel” and Egypt have signed a new trade deal, with which “Tel Aviv” will become an alternative supplier of natural gas to Europe, aiding the seal the gap caused through the…

Israel Tries to Forge an anti-Iranian Coalition Yet Again

Vladimir Danilov Despite Israel’s lack of success so far in its attempts to “fundamentally resolve” the issue of Iran’s nuclear program, it is actively trying to exploit its recent favorable relations with individual Arab states to bring such countries together in an anti-Iranian coalition it leads. To this end, amid improving Israeli-Egyptian relations, Prime Minister…

Christmas in the Arab World: Resilience in the Face of Crises

Al Mayadeen Lebanon, Iraq, Syria, Palestine and Egypt have been through a lot – families wipe their tears and move to celebrate the birth of Christ in 2021. With crippling economic crises and worsening pandemic conditions as Omicron infiltrates society, billions of people taste the bittersweet effect of adversity along with the Christmas celebrations and…

قوى سياسية وشعبية مصرية وعربية تطالب بعودة العلاقات الدبلوماسية الكاملة بين مصر وسوريا

الدور المصري المنتظر للمساهمة في مكافحة الإرهاب والمساهمة في الإسراع بحل الأزمة السورية بناء على متغيرات جديدة ظهرت جليا في الفترة الأخيرة في توسع الدور المصري لدعم الحل السياسي ، زد على ذلك التطورات الجديدة على الساحة السياسية والشعبية المصرية العربية بعد أن طالبت قوى سياسية مصرية بعودة العلاقات بشكل كامل بين سوريا ومصر وأدانت…

Egypt Joins Russia-Backed Coalition in Syria

ALEX GORKA Egypt has taken a clear stance on Syria. This is an event of great importance to drastically change the situation. Speaking on the Portuguese TV network RTP on November 22, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi publicly affirmed his support for the forces of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. In response to the question of whether Egypt…

Egypt Sends Military Forces into Syria to Help the Syrian Army (Arabic)

مصر ترسل قوات عسكرية إلى سوريا لدعم الأسد Sputnik-Arabic نقلت وكالة “تسنيم” الإيرانية عن مصادر صحفية خبر قيام الحكومة المصرية بإيفاد قوات عسكرية إلى سوريا، في إطار مكافحة الإرهاب والتعاون والتنسيق العسكري مع الجيش السوري بقيادة الرئيس بشار الأسد. بحسب الوكالة، فقد قالت المصادر إن مصر أصبحت حريصة على تقديم المساعدات العسكرية وإرسال القوات إلى…

Egypt and Syria Addressing the Aleppo Situation

Nizar Abboud UN Security Council discussed Aleppo on Wednesday 26 Oct 16. Meetings Coverage SC/12564 26 October 2016 Security Council 7795th Meeting* (PM) Emergency Relief Coordinator Pleads with Security Council for Minimum Action Needed to ‘End the Slaughter’ in Syria, Allow Wide-spread Humanitarian Access Russian Federation Assails ‘Bombing Pause’ Omission as Delegates Criticize ‘Selective’ Focus on…