Hany Ghoraba's Articles

A compromise solution must be found to end the dangerous escalation on the Ukraine-Russia border, writes Hany Ghoraba.

The shoddy performance of successive British governments during the post-Brexit period has been overshadowed by a worse performance after the Covid-19 pandemic, writes Hany Ghoraba

A new book details how the Obama administration secretly supported the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood across the Middle East in the wake of the 2011 Arab uprisings, writes Hany Ghoraba

The next German chancellor is unlikely to enjoy the same successes that outgoing chancellor Angela Merkel managed in her 16 years of rule.

Europe’s economic cooperation with the Iranian regime is helping Tehran push its terrorist agenda in Europe and the Middle East region, writes Hany Ghoraba

In order to combat the terrorist threat targeting the continent, Europe’s politicians must do more to fight Islamist groups like the Muslim Brotherhood

Brotherhood calls for an “uprising” in Egypt, ignored by the Egyptian public, only show the dire situation of the terrorist group, writes Hany Ghoraba

This month’s massive explosion in Beirut has underlined the need for the Lebanese people to tackle the labyrinth created by decades of conflict and civil war, writes Hany Ghoraba

Celebrations to mark the end of World War II in Europe were subdued this year by the spread of the Covid-19, writes Hany Ghoraba

Teams across the world are working night and day to find a cure and vaccine against the devastation wrought by the Covid-19 coronavirus, writes Hany Ghoraba

The decision by French President Emmanuel Macron to halt the arrival of foreign imams in France is a positive step in safeguarding the country’s security, writes Hany Ghoraba

The Berlin Conference on Libya was supposed to find a lasting solution to the crisis in the country, exacerbated by the meddling of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, writes Hany Ghoraba

The formation of the East Mediterranean Gas Forum with its headquarters in Cairo is a win-win for all the countries concerned, writes Hany Ghoraba

The Turkish decision to send military forces to Libya is a cynical move intended to seize control of the country’s oil wealth and a clear and present threat to Egypt’s security