Cuper has to rethink his strategies if Egypt is to have any chance of moving past the first round in Russia.Read More
The #ThisIsEgypt hashtag is part of a marketing campaign launched by the Ministry of Tourism in an attempt to revive the tourism industry, which has been largely stagnant in recent years…”Read More
Daily routines have changed for former tourism industry workers who find their fortunes diminished as less visitors come to Egypt.Read More
I was mistaken for a foreigner – and that somehow gave schoolchildren and teenagers alike the right to grab me (and my friend of course) and take pictures with us.Read More
Rashed says, “Young people must build themselves on their own, and not to place blame on the government, but rather to cooperate with it for the sake of Egypt.”Read More
Thousands of TV ads, newspaper campaigns, and even a push from former first lady Suzanne Mubarak stressed the importance of slowing down population growth.
The campaigns failed.
After this gruesome incident, it is time for us to really decide what matters to us as a community and how we communicate that to each other, to the administration and even to the rest of the international academic world.Read More
“Ras Sidr is a beautiful place and could be marketed as the best location for wind surfing and water sports in Egypt – and one of the best in the world – but it is missing two things: accessibility and high quality assistance,” said Zaazou.Read More
“Egypt is downstream from the principal source of Nile water, which is Ethiopia. Egypt is presently receiving about 55-60 billion cubic meters of water per year, depending on how much it rains in Ethiopia,” said Tutwiler.Read More
Perhaps, the fact that there is acknowledgement that the country needs urban renewal, let alone a new capital, should reassure us that the government is thinking and strategizing for a 21st Century Egypt.Read More