TOPIC Egypt-Turkey relations
Trimming Turkey’s wings: Ankara and Cairo fight for influence in Africa and East Med
Turkey has emerged as the primary antagonist in areas where Egypt has been trying to make its mark
Questions about June 30: Who were we and what were we thinking? Part 1
A group of writers and researchers gathered at Mada to share their thoughts about their positions on
June 30, 3 years on: A changing regional map
Omar Said | June 30, 2013 was a turning point in regional alliances across the Middle East. Omar Said charts the
A year of grey zones: Egypt’s foreign friends and foes
Omar Said | Egypt’s foreign policy and diplomacy throughout 2015 arguably fell in some sort of grey zone, with
Obsessed with Turkish models in Egypt
Hesham Sallam | Shortly after the outbreak of Turkey’s Gezi Park protests, Egyptian public forums were flooded with
Sultan al-Qassemi
The Gulf and Egypt: Long transitions and Marshall plans
Over the past few years, Egypt’s relations with Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates on one hand,
Brotherhood members in Turkey express fear, anger with leadership and Turkish government over Egyptian’s denial of entry
Foreign Ministry slams Erdogan’s anti-Sisi remarks
Foreign Ministry denies Egypt blocked UN Security Council statement on Turkey
Egyptian media prematurely declares overthrow of Erdogan
Turkish deputy prime minister: Turkey could improve relations with Egypt if Morsi spared
Egyptian press gloats over Turkey bombings, blames Erdogan’s policies
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