Marwa El- Shinawy

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Opinion| New era for Egyptian-US relations

This is because the Egyptian-US relations were, and will continue to be, governed by the fact that the US is a global power with broad interests in various regions of the world, and that Egypt is a regional power that has its commitments and its vision of regional issues.

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Joe Biden

Opinion| Can Joe Biden return to Iran’s nuclear agreement?

The most dangerous of these scenarios is the one that sees the need for the US to launch a military strike against Iran to destroy the latter’s nuclear infrastructure. Another scenario sees the possibility of directing the crisis towards a breakthrough through negotiations to resolve it or freeze it at the current stage until a final settlement is reached.

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National Museum of Egyptian Civilization

Opinion| Royal exodus is procession of power and peace

In a majestic procession, 22 kings and queens of the Pharaonic state will be moved from the Egyptian Museum for the first time to the place of their permanent exhibition in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Cairo’s Fustat region. They will move through the streets of Egypt parallel to the Great Nile River …

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Biden revives American dream

Opinion| Biden revives American dream

The orders would “cancel [former President Donald] Trump’s erroneous policies”, and erase the “moral and national stigma” inherited from the previous administration, as described by the US president.

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Kamala Harris

Opinion| What does Kamala Harris mean for feminists?

The recent inauguration of Kamala Harris as Vice President of the US, to be the first woman and the first black person to assume the post, is the true culmination of the struggle of black women over many decades to participate in American politics effectively. Despite the existence of feminist movements, the struggle of black women is …

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The illusion of American democracy

Opinion| The illusion of American democracy

The development of the situation in the wake of the recent attack on the US Congress, the continuing violent demonstrations, the declaration of a state of emergency in Washington, D.C. until the inauguration of Joe Biden, and the deployment of security forces on the streets prove to the whole world the fragility of the democratic …

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Opinion| Broadway crisis continues in face of $100m losses

Broadway theatre has announced its total losses due to the extended closures caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, estimated at $100m in 2020. The closures continue, and although all theatres worldwide have been severely affected by this pandemic, the Broadway theatre crisis is completely different from the crisis affecting theatres elsewhere. This is because …

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Opinion| Theatre Industry Crisis Globally and Locally

Although the coronavirus crisis has affected all the arts sectors, the most affected was the theatre sector to the extent that England, which is a long-standing country in the theatre industry, began to discuss seriously how to save it from extinction. There are major theatres such as the British National Theatre and some big festivals …

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American play reveals secrets of Camp David talks

El Sadat fought the battle for peace lonely, taking the decision bravely regardless of any political developments. Several Arab newspapers and broadcast stations, both official and semi-official, described El Sadat as “traitor, capitulator, conniver with the enemy, and an agent of imperialism.

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US presidential election, then and now

Lyndon B. Johnson was elected Vice President as John F. Kennedy’s running mate. However, on November 22, 1963, when Kennedy was assassinated, Johnson was sworn in as the 36th United States President

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Black Americans castigate Capitalism

Black Americans castigate Capitalism

Capitalism only feels safe when it is ruled by whoever owns capital, whereas democracy, on the contrary, is the rule of the majorities who have neither capital nor reasons to identify with the needs of capitalism

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