The United States and Egypt have long standing common interests requiring both to pursue consistent and sustained policies.
Despite an expected change in the White House, how the new administration deals with the out-of-control COVID-19 crisis could help shed some light on an unclear future for the United States.
As COVID-19 amplifies isolationist trends in the West, Asian voices call for increased international cooperation.
Suspending immigration is not the key to U.S. economic woes; rather, it will be a hindrance to getting the economy back on its feet.
The American people lose out to contradictory official messages during a crisis that has been framed within the 2020 presidential election.
The UAE’s growing investment in Yemen’s energy and security infrastructure is increasingly the driving force behind its counterterrorism involvement.
While Assad and his supporters seem close to reconquering Southwestern Syria, stability is far from assured.
Although Morocco is aiming to diversify its trade relations into West Africa, political and social opposition within ECOWAS raises questions about its real intentions.
A look at the state of Arab Youth protest at the American University in Cairo, Egypt and the greater Middle East.