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Opinion| Alice Weidel — Germany’s new hope?

Opinion| Alice Weidel — Germany’s new hope?

Weidel is a young and dynamic banker and economist that also speaks Mandarin. She also leads the German conservative AfD Party with courage and cleverness to new heights. Who is she and what makes her so special amid the current failed Scholz government?

Pascal Najadi

Opinion|Biden's threats to punish Saudi Arabia are much ado about nothing

Opinion| US creates a new Afghanistan in Ukraine

For example, Ukrainian military officials recently admitted that their country has lost nearly 50% of the weapon supplies that have flowed in since the outbreak of the war on 24 February, which opens the door to selling them to third parties, whose identity remains unknown.

Marwa El- Shinawy

Opinion| The COP27, geopolitical challenges, and the demands of developing countries

Opinion| Trump and Biden: Two sides of the same coin

Trump submitted the nomination papers to the Federal Election Commission, then spoke to his supporters at his residence in Florida. “To make America great again, I am tonight declaring my nomination for president of the United States,” Trump said, adding that he wants to prevent Biden from securing a second presidential term.

Marwa El- Shinawy

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.

Hatem Sadek

Opinion| High-velocity decisions in high-velocity environments

Opinion| High-velocity decisions in high-velocity environments

We might no longer be a start-up, but we obsess about keeping our Day 1 mentality in everything we do. Our Day 1 culture is about always being constantly curious, scrappy, and experimental. It means not being afraid to fail and learn, and make our customers happier as we continue to evolve.

omar Elsahy

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.

Hatem Sadek

Opinion| Either side wins, global destruction is guaranteed

Opinion| Either side wins, global destruction is guaranteed

Conversely if Russia proclaims victory over Ukraine in Ukraine the West, the US, NATO, and the EU have no other choice but to defend their unipolar demands of victory over Russia which also will lead to a nuclear standoff. Both scenarios are not in the interest of not only either party but also nor of the global community per se. It could potentially wipe out humanity on a grand scale and lead to a truly great reset, one of calling in the Stone Age.

Pascal Najadi

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.

Hatem Sadek

Opinion| US citizens lose confidence in the Supreme Court

Opinion| US citizens lose confidence in the Supreme Court

For the first time in its history, according to a Gallup poll, American citizens’ confidence in the court’s decisions has declined significantly, securing only 25% of the confidence of the American public. This decline in Americans’ faith in court decisions is rapid, falling by 20 percentage points in two years.

Marwa El- Shinawy

Opinion| The New Egyptian Public Prosecution

Opinion| The New Egyptian Public Prosecution

The General Prosecutor has adopted a challenging plan that aims to reform the Public Prosecution and its role in achieving justice in the country. Historically, the Egyptian Public Prosecution played a great role in the process of achieving justice. Prosecutors and judges faced several attempts by the Muslim Brotherhood to interfere in the Judicial Authority in 2012. Moreover, the judiciary’s staff were united with the Egyptian people in the 30 June Revolution to participate in correcting the country’s path.

Hassan Khalil