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The third seminar organized by the International Centre for Future and Strategic Studies and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation discussed the issue of cultural dialogue with the west. Participants at the seminar emphasized that efforts are being made to improve understanding and partnership between...
Last Wednesday the European-Egyptian relations forum organized a workshop on ‘Cultural dialogue: the management of cultural problems with Europe.’ The workshop was held in the International Center for Future and Strategic Studies and discussed critical cultural issues that are...
Nearly 480 people, including 314 members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood have been arrested on charges of organizing unauthorized demonstrations in support of the judges, who blew the whistle on election fraud.
At a meeting of the foreign affairs committee of the Press Syndicate, the Austrian ambassador in Cairo, Kurt Spellinger, discussed Austria’s plans for its presidency of the European Union.
Al-Ahrām al-‘Arabī conducted an interview with Philippe Coste, the French ambassador to Cairo, on the stance of France towards inter-cultural dialogue.
The author argues that an official memo, dated January 17, 2006, sent by member of the Arab/Israel and North Africa Group, Julie McGregor to the British Middle East Minister, Kim Howells, on a proposed British engagement with the Muslim Brotherhood, has been "purposely leaked" to the press.
The German ambassador to Cairo, the author, believes that enhancing mutual understanding between the Islamic world and the West should start in schools. He proposes the formation of a Egyptian-German committee for school textbooks, which would be in charge of reviewing both Egyptian and Germans...
European Union (EU) foreign policy commissioner Javier Solana had talks with Egyptian President Husnī Mubārak over ways of protecting religious symbols and beliefs as part of his efforts to defuse the crisis. During his visit to Egypt, the second leg of his tour of Arab and Muslim nations in the...
A review of articles in the Egyptian press on the Danish cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, examining the effect of the demonstrations across the Muslim world on Egypt’s tourist industry and suggestions that governments in Islamic countries have encouraged angry opposition to the cartoons to vent...
In relation to the cartoons, deemed offensive by many Muslims, the Danish foreign minister phoned his Egyptian counterpart, Ahmad Abu al-Ghayt, and discussed the Danish premier’s statements, in which he denounced any act that could offend any religion or its followers.

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