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Islam Farag

Islam Farag is an Egyptian journalist, analyst and researcher. He is an expert on Middle East affairs and has contributed dozens of press kits on regional affairs and issues. He participated in many research projects within Egyptian governmental and non-governmental institutions. He has worked in many Egyptian and Arab press institutions as a journalist and analyst. He is interested in issues of the historic relationship of the Arab world with regional and world powers. Also he is interested in power conflicts in the middle east.

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The Shukry-Al-Miqdad meeting: The opening scene for a more effective role of Egypt in Syria

The Shukry-Al-Miqdad meeting: The opening scene for a more effective role of Egypt in Syria

On history and recent developments in the Egyptian-Syrian relations
Is Tunisia really the answer?

Is Tunisia really the answer?

A comparison of recent political history of Tunisia and Egypt.
New convictions bring Egypt and Hamas closer

New convictions bring Egypt and Hamas closer

Regional politics and the role of intelligence agencies.
Global Covid Situation, Pt.7: Egypt

Global Covid Situation, Pt.7: Egypt

As Covid restrictions ease around the world, Egypt’s battle is ongoing
Improving Egyptian – Turkish relations: A hard road must be traversed

Improving Egyptian – Turkish relations: A hard road must be traversed

UWI spoke to three different Egyptian sources familiar with the recent Turkish-Egyptian meeting.
France put Kaka in power… can it guarantee he stays there?

France put Kaka in power… can it guarantee he stays there?

On the newly established government in Tchad.
Normalization of Egypt – Turkey relations: a still immature stew

Normalization of Egypt – Turkey relations: a still immature stew

History and current dynamics of Egyptian-Turkish relations and rapprochment.
Palestinian elections: the beginning of a bigger crisis

Palestinian elections: the beginning of a bigger crisis

A view from Cairo on Palestinian elections.
Gulf reconciliation is nothing more than a temporary truce

Gulf reconciliation is nothing more than a temporary truce

It seems that the reconciliation that was announced at the Gulf summit in Al-Ula, Saudi Arabia, between the Arab Quartet countries (Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Bahrain) and Qatar is nothing but a repeated chapter of relations between the two parties
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