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Ibrahim Nawar

Egyptian writer and economist. Currently writes for al- Quds al- Arabi newspaper in London. He Studied economics and political science. He developed exciting careers in media, business administration, government and in diplomacy. His work experiences include working for the UN (senior political affairs officer 2003- 2006), the Egyptian Ministry of Trade and Industry (Advisor to the Minister 2012- 2013). His publications include numerous newspapers articles, dozens of academic research papers, and many books. His latest publications include: “Reproduction of Failure, a Study of Egypt’s Economic Policies in a Turbulent World”, 2019 (in Arabic) and “Manifesto for Social Justice…” 2015, (in Arabic).

 

Expert materials

Netanyahu Is Back: what will that mean for the West Bank?

Netanyahu Is Back: what will that mean for the West Bank?

From containment to coordination, has Tel Aviv established a ‘new normal’ in Israel-Palestinian relations?
Coronavirus outbreak in the Middle East: policies of denial and lack of regional coordination

Coronavirus outbreak in the Middle East: policies of denial and lack of regional coordination

The COVID-19 outbreak has shaken the health and the wealth of every nation on earth, and the Middle East is no exception
Saudis set fire to the oil markets: can they put it out?

Saudis set fire to the oil markets: can they put it out?

What the global economy needs is reasonable oil prices to help achieve higher growth, not an oil price war that may lead to recession
Peace on their terms

Peace on their terms

The Palestinian question seems to be facing two paradoxical fates, resolution, or movement into a new bloody turmoil
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