A nuanced look and equal footing – Expectations towards the new German government: A view from Cairo
This article, featured in the ORIENT II 2022, provides the view from Cairo and covers – based on many conversations with decisionmakers from various government branches – Egyptian expectations towards the new German government in the realms of security, economy, sustainable development, development cooperation and human rights.
Relations between Egypt and Germany at large are excellent. Close cooperation can be found in many sectors of society and economy. The Egyptian perception of Germany is very positive, not least thanks to Angela Merkel. Whether the new German government can build on those merits will depend on how well it understands Egyptian needs, demands and sensitivities.
Alexander Niedermeier is the DAAD long-Term Full-Time visiting Professor of Political science and International Political Economy at the Faculty of Economics and Political science of Cairo University, where he has been teaching International Relations & Foreign Policy, security studies, Energy and Environmental studies and Political Economy since 2018. He is also visiting Professor for International Business law, Commercial law and legal Ethics at the Cairo Campus of EslsCA University Business school. In 2021, he was appointed as a member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Public Policies in Egypt (IJPPE), edited by the Information and Decision support Center of the Cabinet of Egypt.
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