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the New Republic: Egypt’s Role in Africa

Establishing the New Republic, the political leadership eyed Africa and sought to consolidate its role in the world's second-largest continent, identifying it as a concentric circle in Egypt's foreign policy on national security-related issues. For Egypt, Africa represents a natural strategic depth. This concept has been manifested in the...

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France in the Face of Sahel’s Shifting Sand (1)

France has recently revealed its intention to change its tools for influence in Africa – or so it seems....

Camp David Accords: 43 Years Later

The 43rd anniversary of the Camp David Accords signed between Egypt and Israel in 1978 went unnoticed without anyone...

The World after Afghanistan and the Repercussions of US Military Interventions

The 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks coincided with the withdrawal of American forces from Afghanistan, in addition to...

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