The Egyptian Ministry of Water Resources unveiled a historical car that Gamal Abdel Nasser used to ride during his visits to the Aswan dam.The ...
An Egyptian leftist opposition leader, who helped overthrow the Egyptian monarchy in the 1952 revolution, has died at a Cairo hospital. Khaled ...
Former Secretary General of the Arab League Amr Moussa had criticized former Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser in his recently published memoirs ...
Countries with modest geographic stretch often are tempted by large-scale roles — the small country syndrome, whereby investing in rogue policy ...
Yitzhak Rabin of Israel and Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt put down their guns, ate lunch together
The charisma of Fidel Castro was a powerful magnet for newly independent countries
Mohamed Hassanein Heikal, who passed away a few days ago, was an important part of the history of the media and political conflict in Egypt and the ...
A new way of thinking about politics and defining interests was born in 1952
Sisi’s predecessor Adly Mansour is the only president in Egypt’s history to leave the post alive and without an uprising
As Saddam was indulging his delusions of grandeur, his people were becoming increasingly mired in conflict and violence.
Egyptians should base their heated arguments on the economic dilemma. They should accept harsh solutions that would be better taken under a national consensus
This latest “transitional” cabinet may prove by performance to be more than transitional
Who is this man that is now likely to lead the largest and most populous Arab country?
The project to turn the house of Gamal Abdel Nasser into a museum will take 30 months
The leak of private phone conversations in Egypt cannot be justified
In his long-forgotten memoirs, the former king describes being trapped in his palace by revolutionaries
Someone like legendary British leader Winston Churchill is need to lead Egypt through its times of crisis
John F. Kennedy reportedly had close ties with Morocco and Saudi Arabia but a troubled relationship with Egypt
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