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Rabaa wasn’t peaceful demonstrations, it is classified Terrorism according to US Laws. Double measures in defining Terrorism globally nurture not eliminate it.

Attracted my attention the honorable EU statements regarding Egypt in UNHRC latest session according to >> http://eeas.europa.eu/delegations/un_geneva/press_corner/all_news/news/2014/20140916_item4_en.htm, and despite I join forces with honorable Egyptian MOFA comprehensive well said statement >> http://www.mfa.gov.eg/English/Ministry/News/Pages/NewsDetails.aspx?Source=6781921f-3993-444a-859e-ee26ce851de8&newsID=69be5ca2-7132-4733-9bd2-1dc5bc541970, responding to such misunderstandings and false accusations, nevertheless, … Continue reading

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#Egypt Foreign Policy “FP” strategic shifting: Is it Permanent or just rearranging of relations and diversifying FP portfolio??

International relations literature identifies international system under three categories: Uni, bi and multi polar system. No doubts that during the early 90’s it was a unilateral system in favor of US post the USSR fall ending the cold war era, … Continue reading

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#ISIS vs. MB: it is the actions in reality that matter and speak louder than propaganda statements.

In recent years, international relations literature introduced new approaches beside classical realism in defining new actors in the international system. One of these approaches is neo liberalism giving more weight and attention to non-state actors like terrorist groups and political … Continue reading

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