Dr. Hatem Sadek

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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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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”.

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Opinion| European Parliament

A few days ago, and with flimsy justifications and rumours, lies, and fabricated reports, the European Parliament issued a list that includes, in its entirety, demands from European Union (EU) countries to review their political, economic, and security relations with Egypt.

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Opinion| Turkey Then and Now

Until recently, there were many political, media, and economic figures calling for the application of the Turkish state model in Egypt, and their evidence for that was summarised in the strength of the Turkish economy under President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan since 2003. In fact, many of these people were deceived, whether due to their ignorance …

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Thousands of people have reportedly died in Ethiopia's northern region of Tigray and there have been widespread destruction from aerial bombardment and ground fighting since 4 November when the military operations started. Nearly 43,000 people have fled the clashes to Sudan.

Opinion| Ethiopia and the Civil War

The problem is very complex, and there are no pre-prepared solutions to it, to the extent that experts and specialists stress the need to abolish the federal system followed in Ethiopia, to separate the regions. In other words, there is a need to divide Ethiopia into several countries.

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Opinion| Trump, Biden, and COVID-19

And yet, the company, itself, announced several weeks ago, in an explicit challenge to outgoing US President Donald Trump, that it would not produce any vaccine against the virus before the middle of 2021.

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Opinion| Ethiopia will not listen to the voice of reason

Reports from Ethiopia show that Addis Ababa aims to use the negotiations as a tactical manoeuvre to avoid signing a legally binding agreement that may restrict its ambitions to build more dams on its transboundary rivers, whether the Blue Nile, the Atbara, or the Sobat.

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