Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016
Egypt's political stability hangs in the balance following recent Parliamentary elections that have been widely described as a shambles and a major reverse of any political reforms achieved over the past three decades.
Are we dealing with a conflict between peace and justice or is it a smokescreen meant to protect African leaders from future indictments for crimes against humanity?
China can no more be expected to subjugate its commercial and strategic interests than Western powers have done in their African and global policies, writes Hany Besada.
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