Abdul Rahman Al-Rashed

  • TDespite the huge optimism that ensued after Mubarak’s regime was toppled, it was not expected for the first Egyptian president who succeeded Mubarak to rule peacefully, even though he was quickly elected and even when all his opponents were satisfied with him.It seems that President Muhammad ...

    Read More
  • TI have read more than one Egyptian opinion stressing the necessity for Egypt to abandon its antagonism towards the Iranian regime, which was a highly controversial feature of the Mubarak regimes foreign policy, and a prop upon which all existing alliances have been created. The bulk of calls to end ...

    Read More
  • TWhilst it is true that it was not the most fantastic year ever, neither was it the worst...in fact, for the most part 2010 was better than we feared This was a year that we lived in relative safety, although there were a few big disappointments. I recall that the majority of headlines focused upon ...

    Read More