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Opinion| A glimmer of hope in the Libyan crisis

Opinion| A glimmer of hope in the Libyan crisis

Cairo embraced the Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives, Aguila Saleh, and the Head of Libya’s High Council of State, Khaled Al-Mishri. This is before hosting a meeting between the General Commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA), Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, and Chairperson of the Presidential Council, Mohamed Al-Menfi, and then finally between the trio of Haftar, Saleh, and Al-Menfi.

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Opinion| What will remain of the Palestinian cause?

Opinion| What will remain of the Palestinian cause?

Netanyahu announced the action plan of his new government, which includes settlement expansion in the Palestinian territories, thwarting Iran’s attempts to develop its nuclear weapons, and reshaping Israel’s foreign policy in line with international changes that may lead to a multipolar world.

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Opinion| The nuclear agreement in light of European fear, American rejection, and Arab anticipation

Opinion| The nuclear agreement in light of European fear, American rejection, and Arab anticipation

Despite the continued hope of the EU, as well as the overwhelming desire of the US to reach an agreement, indications confirm that Iran does not want to budge on the matter. This is especially true after it succeeded in reaching the nuclear threshold by publicly enriching uranium to 60%, producing the metal needed to manufacture a nuclear bomb and operating advanced centrifuges in its three controversial reactors. These are also the areas that Iran has denied the International Atomic Energy Agency access to for inspection.

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Opinion| Arab-Chinese Summits and features of the new world

Opinion| Arab-Chinese Summits and features of the new world

This is especially so since the parties to those summits have become a political and economic alliance that cannot be underestimated and managed during the last period to put their fingerprints on many regional and global issues to a degree that forced traditional global powers to change their positions and strategic plans.

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Opinion| Iran at a crossroads

Opinion| Iran at a crossroads

Overnight, the official state and its apparatus found themselves face to face with rampant protests, with 80% of the participants being born and raised during the religious regime.

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Opinion| Gas is the password between Lebanon and Israel

Opinion| Gas is the password between Lebanon and Israel

The most important of these contradictions is that the agreement was signed even though the two countries are officially in a state of constant war and the Israeli air force carries out almost weekly flights over the capital, Beirut. Even the land borders between the two sides are still witnessing clashes from time to time, in addition to the fact that those borders have not been agreed upon, especially concerning the Shebaa Farms area.

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Opinion| Businessmen make political decisions in the United States of America

Opinion| Businessmen make political decisions in the United States of America

The same experience is currently being repeated from another perspective. Two weeks ago, American billionaire Elon Musk proposed a possible agreement to end the war between Russia and Ukraine, under which Ukraine would permanently cede Crimea to Russia. This is in addition to holding new referendums under the auspices of the United Nations to determine the fate of the territories controlled by Russia. Also, Ukraine would agree to become a neutral country. Musk asked Twitter users for their opinion of his plan, prompting sharp criticism from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who strongly rejected this proposal.

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Opinion| Armed militias threaten the stability of Libya

Opinion| Armed militias threaten the stability of Libya

The violent clashes that occurred a few days ago raised fears of a broader escalation, especially in light of the severe political division in the country. Therefore, Arab and western countries called for dialogue and de-escalation. These recent clashes come within the framework of the ongoing competition between the dismissed Dbeibeh government and the Bashagha government, which was appointed by the Libyan Parliament last February.

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Opinion| Unifying the Libyan army

Opinion| Unifying the Libyan army

Iraq, which was occupied in 2003 for allegedly possessing weapons of mass destruction, did not fall until after the decision of American military governor Paul Bremer to dissolve the Iraqi army and demobilise its members and affiliates.

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Opinion|Pelosi provokes China and the world begins taking sides

Opinion|Pelosi provokes China and the world begins taking sides

The visit sparked Chinese anger, as Pelosi has much bad blood with Beijing. 30 years ago, when she was just a member of Congress, she voiced her support for the demonstrators of Tiananmen Square in the heart of the Chinese capital and raised a banner honouring those killed in it during the suppression of protests in 1989.

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Opinion| Will Egypt be the locomotive of the African economy?

Opinion| Will Egypt be the locomotive of the African economy?

Egypt seeks to become the locomotive of the African economy. It operates on two levels; the first is to localize and develop basic industries, and the second is expanding into new markets. Therefore, Egypt currently seeks to expand its exports into the African market, through the application of a package of logistical facilities and shipping procedures, especially with the promising opportunities that the African market enjoys.

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Opinion| Ukraine: The war continues

Some analysts believe that a long-term war lasting from months to years may be an acceptable or even favourable outcome for Moscow. The result would certainly be horrific for Ukraine, which would be devastated as a country.

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