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Dr. Muḥammad ʿAbd al-‘Āṭī, the Egyptian Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation, revealed on Wednesday that Egypt has started implementing a plan to ration water using technology. This includes use of remote sensing systems, telemetry and geographic information systems in managing water from...
A number of experts confirmed that the reason for the failure of the last round of negotiations regarding the Renaissance Dam between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia lies in the latter’s obstinacy. In the negotiations, Ethiopia tried to convince its counterparts to sign a treaty that does not restrict...
Water experts criticized Sudan’s former positions in negotiations with Egypt and Ethiopia over the Renaissance Dam, saying the positions amounted to political games as opposed to serving the country’s strategic interests.  These experts further warned that if the new government under the leadership...
  Prof. Dr. Sami Faltas at the Center for Arab-West Understanding (CAWU). 04-11-2019 From left to right: Prof. Faltas, Veronica Merlo, Madeleine Hall (interns), Kent Blaeser (database manager) and Cornelis Hulsman (director)   On Monday, November 4th, the team of the Center for Arab-West...
Ambassador Bassām Rāḍī, official spokesperson for the Office of the President, said that Egypt welcomes the White House statement regarding the ongoing negotiations on the Renaissance Dam.
It seems that after President Mursi and his government have failed to resolve the crisis, there is no other solution than to include the Coptic Orthodox Church into the discussion. The connection between the Coptic Orthodox Church and Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church could be the last chance to...
The President of Sudan succeeds in building relations of trust between Egypt and Ethiopia The issue of the Nile’s waters necessitates the development of an Egyptian- Sudanese cooperation in order to fulfill the interests of these two countries without neglecting the interests of the other Nile...
In spite of the strong spiritual ties between the Coptic Orthodox Church and the Ethiopian Church, the latter does interfere in the issue of the Nile water crisis between Ethiopia and Egypt, as it believes it is a political, not spiritual, matter.
The Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church holds a session in which it approves the Coptic Orthodox withdrawal from the Eastern Council of Churches, and decides not to avow Christian channels that are not controlled by the Holy Synod.
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