Dr. Hatem Sadek

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Opinion| Human rights and investment in the country’s growth

Today, no one can deny the unprecedented achievements in various fields at all levels in Egypt. The state would not have been able to overcome the coronavirus crisis, unless the political administration had carried out many reforms, in addition to investing in technology. Without the reforms that took place in Egypt during the last period, …

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Opinion| Inauguration of Taliban

It is clear that the G7 summit, with the participation of Turkey and Qatar, was a prelude to the inauguration of the Taliban government internationally, and the beginning of dealing with it as a Sunni Islamist political entity based on the idea of jihad to run the country of Afghanistan with its geographical, political and …

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Opinion| Baghdad summit to calm crises

Baghdad has hosted a summit in which the majority of participants had different orientations and goals, and even historical heritages. Despite these differences, this event could be described as the summit of calming crises. The Egyptian representation at the Baghdad summit came at the highest level, the President himself. This affirmed the “Egyptian-Iraqi-Jordanian” alliance, seen …

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Opinion| Taliban gangs rule Afghanistan

The collapse of the Afghan government at the hands of the Taliban gangs leading to the fall of Kabul reminded me of the fall of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, at the hands of US forces nearly 20 years ago. Both events were broadcast exclusively by the Qatari Al-Jazeera TV network, with no mention about how …

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Opinion| Fall of Afghanistan

In fact, I do not know whether the American withdrawal took place under the pretext that it does not want its forces to remain fighting forever there, or is it the kiss of life for the center of political and jihadist Islam, which has been faltering since the Egyptian revolution on 30 June 2013, which removed the Brotherhood from ruling Egypt.

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Dr Hatem Sadiq, Professor at Helwan University on the Gulf reconciliation

Opinion| Egypt and Turkish ambitions

Ankara is making many attempts to restore relations with Cairo, as Erdogan takes advantage of any occasion to talk about Egypt and its people with love and affection, sending visible and hidden messages that he wishes for the return of friendly relations between the two countries.  However, Cairo has a completely different opinion. Egypt does …

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Opinion| Egypt and the advancement of the African economy

Egypt is enhancing cooperation with its brothers in Africa in all fields, especially economic and development, confirming its keenness to complete its active role in its regional environment. This also aims to achieve African integration, revitalise trade between the countries of the continent, and integrate it into the global trade system. Egypt seeks to become …

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Agreement must be reached before GERD’s second filling: EU

Opinion| Ethiopia and the UN Security Council

Perhaps within hours, a meeting of the UN Security Council will be held, to discuss the dispute between Egypt and Sudan on the one hand, and Ethiopia on the other, regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) that is being built on the Blue Nile. It seems that Addis Ababa is not interested in the …

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Opinion| Egypt’s crucial messages to Turkey

    The Libyan crisis is solved yet, with no significant optimism for settlement after the Berlin II Conference, which came to a conclusion a few days ago. Egypt succeeded in thwarting Turkey’s plan, which is that the Dbeiba government will expel all foreign forces and mercenaries, except for the Turkish forces. This is based …

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Ethiopia

Opinion| Ethiopia elections

The Tigray region was excluded from the upcoming elections as it recovers from a military operation against the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), which was recently designated by the central government as a terrorist movement.

Dr. Hatem Sadek

Dr Hatem Sadiq, Professor at Helwan University on the Gulf reconciliation

opinion| Havana Syndrome and the coming wars

There are defining moments and events in history, when the world may become completely different from what it was before this event. But in recent years, we have lived unprecedented experiences that generated repercussions where it has not yet been determined how humans will deal with in the future.

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Opinion| Egypt sees unprecedented industrial leap

During the last six years, you can easily monitor the establishment of hundreds of factories in all fields and specialties, with the highest international standards. Today, this sector represents 22% of the size of the Egyptian economy, as the volume of its exports from industry stands at EGP 24.8bn, compared to EGP 18.6bn in previous years.

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Opinion| Egypt and the Palestinian issue

Egypt has never failed to defend the rights of the Palestinian people, and since the issuance of the United Nations (UN) resolution in 1947, the Palestinian issue has become a top priority for its policy. It has offered thousands of martyrs, wounded, and missing persons during decades of conflict with Israel. The beginning was when …

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Opinion| Selection bias model

It is an accurate scientific outcome as there are events that have contributed to changing thinking methods and the logic of analysis. One of those events is a story that took place during World War II.

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Opinion| Turkey and the Arab Quartet

Egypt has succeeded during past 6 years in managing its international relations within framework of partnership Turkey’s retreat from all hostile stances towards Egypt, and its relentless pursuit of restoring its relationship with Cairo, is clear evidence of the validity and strength of the Egyptian position. This adheres to all historical and security constants in …

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Opinion|The Nile is a red line

I mean here his statement about the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) negotiations, when he said, “We do not threaten anyone, but no one can take a drop of water from Egypt. Otherwise, the region will witness a state of instability that no one could imagine. And whoever wants to test us, let him please.”

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Blue Nile dam known as Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on the Blue Nile River Egypt Ethiopia Sudan Daily News Egypt

Opinion| One last warning

This was evident in Addis Ababa’s insistence to move forward and fill the second phase of the dam with nearly 14 billion sqm of the river’s water, nearly three times the volume of the initial filling carried out last year, by 4.9 billion cbm.

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Opinion| Libya and the Fight against Corruption

This week, Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeiba and his government took the constitutional oath before Parliament. According to a statement by the Prime Minister’s media office, Dbeiba held a meeting with directors of departments and offices in the Bureau, to develop an action plan for coordination between the ministers of the Government of National …

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Opinion| Firm messages to Ethiopia

Like the nature of the river that goes through periods of flood and drought, the relationship between Cairo and Khartoum has a long history, including many years of growth and giving, and others that were scarce and dry.

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Ethiopia

Opinion| Ethiopia and the inevitable confrontation

The Ethiopian system is still in an unprecedented state of fragility because tribalism and ethnic quotas rule the country. The current scene in Addis Ababa is the product of a long history of political crises that have accumulated over the past decades. Indeed, the problem is extremely complex, and there are no pre-prepared solutions to …

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Opinion| Egyptian-American relations and the arms deal

The US State Department confirmed, in a statement, that the proposed sale of missiles and related equipment “will support the foreign policy and national security of the United States, by helping improve the security of a major non-NATO ally that remains an important strategic partner in the Middle East”.

Dr. Hatem Sadek