Bahraini Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifah has warned that his country will not attend an upcoming Persian Gulf Cooperation Council if Qatar doesn’t alter its stance on regional issues. Keep Reading
Infantino said the speech of the Egyptian Foreign Minister was a clear disrespect to FIFA and its members, and a clear intervention by a political officer in football. Keep Reading
The challenges play out in a range of conflict of views over the ways to deal with the deep-rooted West Asian crises, the American Strategic Air Defense project, and Washington’s putting of Moscow on the “red notice.” Keep Reading
The basis of the Egypt’s foreign policy is the country’s geopolitical position that determines Cairo’s approach to the Arab world, Israeli regime, the global powers, Europe, and Africa. Egypt’s national interests are where its foreign relations start and have a hand in the direction of its foreign policy. The country’s leaders have a key role in the decision-making process of the foreign policy. And the relations with the great powers set up limits to its foreign policy. These factors have prevailed and influenced the country’s foreign policy since Nasser’s Revolution in 1952, named after the revolutionary leader Gamal Abdel Nasser who later led Egypt as an effective president.
Where the information indicates the control of the UAE to the Directorate of Azan in the province of Shabwa in eastern Yemen and put its hands on the gas fields and pipelines linking to the port of Balhaf allocated for the export of oil and gas with American assistance. Keep Reading
The United Arab Emirates has threatened anyone publishing expressions of sympathy towards fellow Gulf state Qatar with up to 15 years in prison, after it broke diplomatic relations with the country this week.
Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates, three out of six members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) in addition to Egypt, have broken off relations with Qatar, in the worst diplomatic crisis to hit Gulf Arab states in decades.
At least 28 people have been killed in Egypt after unidentified gunmen opened fire on a bus carrying Coptic Christians who were headed to monastery in Minya province.