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The “Arab Map” after the Tripartite Agreement between the UAE, Israel and the United States

بالعربية Dr. Muhammaed Megahed Elzayat, NESA Alumnus and Academic Advisor, Egyptian Center for Strategic Studies The UAE, United States and Israel surprised us by announcing a tripartite agreement that included, in short, two main points: 1) postponing the annexation of settlements, a project that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had planned on implementing; and 2) Read More >

Women, Peace & Security Roundtables

On July 14 and July 21, the NESA Center hosted discussions on Women, Peace & Security gathering participants from Morocco, Sri Lanka, and Egypt with diverse backgrounds in civil society, government, and international politics. NESA professor Dr. Gawdat Bahgat facilitated the discussion The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals offers a suitable lens through which to Read More >

Ramadan Soap Operas: “Cold Peace” vs. “Warming Peace”

بالعربية Pусский Gawdat Bahgat, NESA Center In 1979, Israel signed the first ever peace treaty with an Arab country – Egypt. Fifteen years later, in 1994, Jordan became the second Arab country to sign a peace treaty with the Jewish state. Since then, no formal treaties have been signed, but two major trends can be Read More >

Civil Nuclear Energy in the Middle East: Demand, Parity, and Risk

Highlighting the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt, this paper studies the security policy implications of civil nuclear programs and assesses the prospects for indigenous nuclear industries and relationships with international suppliers. By NESA Professor Dr. Gawdat Bahgat and Professor Robert Mason (American University in Cairo) Read here. The views presented in this article Read More >

Muslim-Christian Violence in Africa

Despite lecturing political science at the University of the Free State, I do occasionally give lectures on Islam to students in our Faculty of Theology. This prompted an earnest theology student who aims to become a priest to seek me out. The young man came to my office and apologized but he explained that I Read More >

Counter-Terrorism Policies in Egypt: Effectiveness and Challenges

This paper attempts to provide a comprehensive analysis of the national policies adopted by the Egyptian government to counter domestic terrorism since the election of president el-Sisi in June 2014. It argues that the dispersal of the Muslim Brotherhood sit-ins in Raba’a square and al-Nahda square in August 2013 unleashed a more complex wave of Read More >

Violence Against Women in Egypt

At the political level, Egyptian women have always been warring for their rights since the rise of the political currents In order to prove their political existence. The political arena is considered the most prominent fields where women have been struggling for self fulfillment and realization, thus, women’s political role is considered an insurmountable corner Read More >

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