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Sunday, November 19,  2017
Economy
Mohammed Samhouri

One of the toughest challenges the new president of Egypt will face is to secure the hefty US$22.5 billion needed to finance the deficit of the recently released state budget 

Mohamed El Dahshan

Egypt’s Islamists scramble to develop economic policy staying within the dictates of religion

Mehrunisa Qayyum

The Arab uprisings unleashed a new entrepreneurial spirit; the current environment provides an opportunity to reevaluate the best ways to encourage entrepreneurship

Brock Dahl

Opportunity offers the chance to satisfy the yearning for fulfillment. A critical question for any transition to democracy is how to lay a proper framework for that opportunity to exist

Amartya SenandJean Drèze

Depending on who you ask, India is either doing incredibly well or failing miserably. Social indicators, however, clearly show that progress for the common people is abysmal

Hesham Sallam

While most believe that there will be no return to the pre-January 25 political system, even if post-Mubarak Egypt is not fully democratic, workers may continue to be marginalized

Khaled Mamdouh

Sheikh Hassan’s aid proposal would be classified as economic mumbo jumbo by any student of economics

Mark Roe

Unmistakably, instability powerfully predicts an inability to develop financial markets. Democratic political stability is the most important harbinger of financial development

Nagwa Emad

Has the revolution reached the heart of your company?

Maria Golia

There is no real agricultural policy in Egypt in the same way there has been no real government and the fellahin (peasants), are an endangered segment of society

Rants

There’s No Grey in Our Flag

 “In the land of all black and all white, shouting grey is blasphemy;” and there are 80 million shades of grey in Egypt. Continue Reading

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EDITORIAL

Editorial – The Nile

It’s simple really, if we don’t save the Nile, everything else we are debating, discussing, arguing about will be irrelevant. Continue Reading

An open letter to Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei

I have the greatest respect and admiration for you. We can never forget that it was your courage and foresight that called for change and a transition...  Continue Reading

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Mish Fahem?

Mish Fahem?

Mish Fahems are stand-alone cartoons interspersed throughout the paper that humorously raise a specific question or point out an apparent contradiction,...  Continue Reading

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