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We need a strategy to counter corruption, Mr. President

Egypt is in need of effort from its nationals who have a vision and can make decisive, bold decisions. We have countless problems, but also solutions. We look for foreign funding to invest in Egypt, but we should also consider the wasted billions of the state budget through studying and researching to balance inputs and …

Abdallah Al-Moghazy

No hard feelings

There is no doubt about it, the regime’s political common sense is all but gone. I do not know whether this is deliberate or not, but it is noticeable. The large number of mistakes in managing some of the issues facing the state may lead us to deep, strategic problems. Though the full dimensions of …

Abdallah Al-Moghazy

Beware Mr President: Egypt is going backwards

No one can deny the efforts of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi in maintaining the structure of the state since 30 June 2013, on both national and international levels. This is an indispensable introduction so those with bad intentions can do nothing. I will not talk more about those efforts so they would not turn into …

Charl Fouad Al-Masry

They are fooling you, Mr President

Mr President, I would like to know who thinks with you. Who takes decisions without consulting with you? Who is causing your reputation to decline? Who is responsible for the continuous wasting of the looming opportunities? Mr President, do not believe those whispering to you, saying that your elite can convince the people with what …

Emad El-Sayed

The president’s men

Any ruling regime cannot begin from ground zero, because simply it cannot destroy the pillars of the state overnight and re-build them in the same way it demolished them. This introduction may seem philosophical, but it can be simplified by showing examples, before going into the topic at length. The July Revolution could not oust …

Charl Fouad Al-Masry

Opinion: The year of last chances

All EU states should finally join the plan to tackle the migration crisis, says Jean-Claude Juncker. But his recent speech revealed both his frustration and Merkel’s increasing isolation, writes DW’s Max Hofmann.

Deutsche Welle

China pledges billions to African economies

Chinese President Xi Jinping has announced massive new funding for projects in Africa at a China-Africa Cooperation summit in Johannesburg. The program includes zero interest loans and infrastructure investments. China’s President Xi Jinping told African leaders on Friday that his country would provide $60 billion (55.1 billion euros) over three years to fund development on …

Deutsche Welle

Tusk’s ‘concerted action doesn’t make sense’

In interviews with several European newspapers, European Council President Donald Tusk called for a u-turn in European refugee policy. How helpful are his remarks in finding a much-needed compromise? Irregular migrants to Europe should be detained for as long as needed to check their identity, Donald Tusk has said, urging Europe not to underestimate the …

Deutsche Welle

‘Islamic State’ is a problem; Assad is a bigger problem

Syria’s president has tried harder than ever to recommend himself as a partner in the fight against “Islamic State.” However, it appears that Bashar al-Assad is a major part of the problem – and not part of the solution. Outrage began to filter out from Germany’s opposition parties on Sunday after Defense Minister Ursula von …

Deutsche Welle

Playing with fire in Donbass

Most tanks have apparently been withdrawn from the buffer zone in eastern Ukraine but not the heavy artillery, complains the OSCE. The truce is still on shaky ground. DW’s Frank Hofmann reports from Kyiv. Eastern Ukraine is far from Kyiv: there, barely anyone has witnessed the disputes that observers of the Organization for Security and …

Deutsche Welle

Rockefeller Fund: ‘The oil age is coming to an end’

Stephen Heintz, president of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, explains to DW how it makes perfect sense that a fund which got rich on oil is now divesting from fossil fuels. With its announcement to pull out of oil and coal, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund shifted nearly a billion dollars of capital out of fossil fuels …

Deutsche Welle

EU to hold special summit with Turkey on refugee crisis

EU officials have announced they will hold talks with Ankara over ways to help stem the migrants crisis. Brussels has been courting Turkey’s government as it struggles to cope with the influx of refugees into Europe. European leaders, including EU President Donald Tusk and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, said they will meet with Ankara to …

Deutsche Welle

Russia’s President Putin orders doping investigation ahead of IAAF meeting on ban

The Russian president has formally called for an investigation into ‘state-supported’ doping following WADA allegations. The move comes ahead of a possible Olympics ban for Russian track and field athletes. Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday ordered an inquiry into allegations of systematic “state-supported” doping following a report by an independent commission from the World …

Deutsche Welle

The president’s party

By Hussein Abd Rabo The results of the first round of parliamentary elections have shown that there is a complete blockage in all political paths in Egypt. This was clearly visible in the reluctance to vote, where over 90 parties were unsuccessful in effectively mobilising voters. Moreover, the state has become unconcerned with the parliamentary elections, and …

Daily News Egypt