Egypt: Do Cairo and Khartoum Have Anything in Common Anymore?
This is an especially tense time in the relationship between Sudan and Egypt, which has always been fraught. But as the geopolitical tectonics start to shift, both in Africa and… Read more »
Africa: Egypt Renews Its Commitment to Africa
Speaking at Cairo University last month, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres described Egypt as a pillar of 'multilateralism in today's world.' Read more »
April 28, 2016
Africa: Egypt Looks South, Finally
In early April, King Salman of Saudi Arabia went Cairo on a high-profile visit. He came laden with treasure - specifically, billions of dollars' worth of trade deals, low-interest… Read more »
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