Tag Archives: Egypt

Lawrence Solomon: The proliferation President

More and more nations are pursuing nuclear options under Obama. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: Russia’s rise — a threat to the West

(November 8, 2013) America’s demise in the Middle East has made Russia the region’s preeminent power, and a threat to the West. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: Will Egypt seize Libya for its oil?

(October 5, 2012) Will Egypt seize Libya for its oil? Given Egypt’s political ideology, its history with its neighbours, and its material needs, this must be a live issue. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: Exodus from the Arab Spring

Egypt’s Arab Spring is leading to a mass exodus of its Coptic Christian community, with Canada a preferred destination – we’ve received about a sixth of the 100,000 who have fled Egypt in the past six months amid persecution by Islamic fundamentalists. Continue reading

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Energy Probe’s Lawrence Solomon in The Week on Post-Mubarek Egypt

(February 4, 2011) Energy Probe Executive Director Lawrence Solomon was mentioned in The Week’s roundup of post-Mubarek winners and losers in Egypt. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: Hold off democracy

(February 12, 2011) Egypt has taken great strides towards modernization compared to other Arab countries, but is it ready for Western style democracy? Not yet, argues Energy Probe executive director Lawrence Solomon. Continue reading

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