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Mohammed Nosseir
Mohammed Nosseir

Mohammed Nosseir is an Egyptian liberal politician who advocates for advancing liberalism, political participation, and economic freedom. Mohammed was member of the higher committee at the Democratic Front Party from 2007 to 2012, and then member of the political bureau of the Free Egyptian Party till mid 2013. Mohammed advocates for his work through providing the Egyptian government with a number of schemes to better reform its government institutes, as well as he is a regular contributor to various Egyptian newspapers. Mohammed also has extensive experience in the private sector, working with a number of international companies assisting them in expanding their businesses in the Middle East. Mohammed graduated from Faculty of Commerce, Ain Shams University, Cairo (1986); he participated at Aspen Seminar on Leadership, Values and Good Society (2011), Eisenhower Fellow, Multi-National Program (2009) and Stanford Fellow for Democracy, Development & Rule of Law (2008).

Terrorism in Egypt: the cultural myth

Many of our problems in Egypt are simply a reflection of cultural traits that stimulate our thinking process. Terrorism, the most complicated challenge in modern history, is heavily shaped by our...

Egyptian political propaganda: Does it work?

The organization of what are known as “popular-diplomacy” teams to accompany President Sisi during each of his visits to the United States leads us to think that the Egyptian state...

Driven by emotions and interests, Egyptians are deeply polarized

“I believe in democracy – so long as my political opponents never assume power”, stated an acquaintance defining his understanding of democracy. Egyptians are currently placing their...

What suits the West does not necessarily ennoble the rest

Technological advancements and abidance by democratic mechanisms lends western nations a degree of political and economic authority...

Egypt-Russia relations: Reviving the unstable

Cairo may end up paying a high price for seeking to revitalize its relations with Russia in response to the downturn in ties with the US...

OPINION: Egyptian patriotism: Critics vs sycophants

Rulers who enjoy being complimented should also listen to those who disagree with their policies, Mohammed Nosseir writes...

Will floating Egypt’s currency boost its economy?

“It’s time to invest in Egypt” is the explicit message that the Egyptian government is attempting to send out to the world...

In Egypt, there’s no such thing as a free lunch

The Egyptian government certainly does not want to face a crisis of shortages of subsidized items...