Gamal Abdel Nasser

By IndepthAfrica
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Jul 24th, 2013
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  The Political Concerns: U.S. strategy in the Nile Basin The U.S. interest in the Nile waters goes back to the sixties of last century in support to the Haile Selassie regime in Ethiopia at that time in a step against the support and financing of the Soviet Union to the construction of the High...
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In African Union (AU)
May 22nd, 2013
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column Ghana’s first president, Kwame Nkrumah, was a passionate believer in African unity, and a living link with the historic Pan-African movement which had promoted solidarity among people of African descent everywhere against colonialism and racism. Earlier Pan-Africanists had identified wit...
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Feb 4th, 2013
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By Alemayehu G Mariam All dictators on the African continent have sought immortality by leaving a legacy that will outlive them and endure for the ages. But all have inherited the wind. Kwame Nkrumah led the first sub-Saharan African country to gain independence from colonialism in 1957. Nkrumaism so...
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Jan 10th, 2013
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By Abdulrahman Al-Rashed Neither imams nor members of the Muslim Brotherhood and Salafist movements would be able to protect the Egyptian presidency from the wrath of the people when they pay more pounds for one dollar. Every single citizen will pay a dear price, not just the protesters in Tahrir Squ...
By IndepthAfrica
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Dec 10th, 2012
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The question riding on the chaos being played out – from the burning offices of the Freedom and Justice Party to the squares of Egyptian cities to the palace gates of power – is how will all this shape future trends throughout the Arab world? A Jordanian Islamist recently expressed his disappointment...
By IndepthAfrica
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Apr 12th, 2012
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The “Arab Spring.” The mainstream media clung to this phrase last year in their giddy haste to promote what they saw as a flowering of freedom-loving, democratic uprisings across the Arab world, for which they were eager to credit President Obama’s famed Cairo speech as partial inspiration. Instead, ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Middle East
Jan 16th, 2012
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[This review was originally posted on LiveLeak.com.] Jamie Glazov connects the dots between the totalitarian massacres of the 20th century, murder in the name of Islam and the mutual attraction between the radical Left and radical Islamists. Both the radical and the reactionary hate the present. Inte...
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Jan 13th, 2012
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Mohamed Al-Khalsan Until this very day, the role of the military establishment in the economy remains one of the major taboos in Egyptian politics. Over the past 30 years, the army has insisted on concealing information about its enormous interests in the economy and thereby keeping them out of reach...
By IndepthAfrica
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Dec 17th, 2011
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(SORMAN, Libya) – It was a warm early Monday morning along the Libyan coast on June 20, 2011. Nato Crimes in Libya At approximately 0200 GMT the next day in NATO Headquarters in Brussels and 30 minutes later in its media center in Naples, staffers finished tabulating NATO’s 92nd day of aerial a...
By benim
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Mar 13th, 2011
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The announcement of Mubarak’s fall was greeted with the loudest cheer in Egyptian history. People power had come and triumphed in the Arab world’s most important country. There was every reason to celebrate. And with their live images broadcast around the world, celebrate they did for a whole night. ...