By Khaled Diab Decades of unprecedented population growth have played a significant role in Arab regime repression, the two main waves of revolutions that swept the region, and the fierce counterrevolutions that followed. Friday 24 January 2020 Over the past…
By Khaled Diab While the Egyptian regime battles for its survival, Egypt itself may not survive as a viable state, as it faces a ‘plague’ of potentially crippling environmental, economic and social challenges. Monday 12 February 2018 For those of…
Conflict between Nile basin countries has been averted. But unless effective action is taken, a water war remains a distinct future possibility.
Egypt would be much better off saving the sinking ship of the Nile Delta instead of building a white elephant Suez Canal II.
In South Dakota, everyone knows that the climate is just right – and that global warming is just the hot air of science.
The Arab world no longer dismisses environmentalism as a western luxury and is gradually awakening to the massive environmental challenges.
There’s more than enough fresh water in the world to sate our thirst. The problem is getting it to where it is desperately needed.