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The Era of Disorder
By Richard N. Haass – Project Syndicate

Historical eras are difficult to recognize before they end. The Renaissance became the Renaissance only in retrospect; the same can be said for the Dark Ages that preceded it and any number of other eras. The reason is simple: It is impossible to know if some promising or troubling development stands alone or represents the start of a lasting trend.

 

President Sisi’s Worldview
By Marc Sievers

Egypt’s former defense minister and current president, Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, is not yet a well-known personality outside of Egypt. In addition to his bilateral meeting with President Obama in late September, the Egyptian government took advantage of Sisi’s attendance at the United Nations General Assembly to arrange a series of meetings with American analysts, pundits, business leaders, and interest groups to formally introduce the country’s new president to American audiences perceived as having an influence on U.S.-Egypt relations.

 

Egypt Slips in Press Freedom Index, Ranks 159
By Egypt Independent

Egypt has slipped one place in the press freedom index (http://rsf.org/index2014/en-index2014.php)

due to increasing harassment against  journalists since the ouster of president Mohamed Morsi in 3 July 2013.

 

Frank Wolf: An Appreciation
By George Weigel

For the first time since 1978, Frank Wolf’s name will not appear on the November ballot in Virginia’s Tenth Congressional District. The republic will be the poorer for that.

 

Pope Tawadros Received by Patriarch Kirill and Russia’s Foreign Minister
By Coptic Orthodox Church Media & Communications Office

His Holiness Pope Tawadros II, 118th Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of Saint Mark, accompanied by a papal delegation, was received by His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia at the Russian Patriarchate on 29 October 2014. 

 

The visit, that included a formal meeting of delegations, followed by lunch, marks 26 years since the most recent visit of the last Pope of Alexandria, His Holiness, the late Pope Shenouda III.

 


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