Sam Fouad is a political consultant and a global affairs analyst based in Washington, DC.
Comment: Preventing a military takeover in Sudan is paramount. Egypt's recent past serves as a case in point, writes Sam Fouad.
Comment: The Manbij attack is clear evidence that contrary to Trump's statements, Islamic State has not been defeated, writes Sam Fouad.
Comment: The US State Department is one of the most understaffed and dysfunctional in modern history, writes Sam Fouad.
Comment: Amid Saudi Arabia's dramatic reshuffle, the involvement of Donald Trump's ambitious son-in-law has not gone unnoticed, writes Sam Fouad.
Comment: The indictments of former senior Trump aides is a wake-up call that foreign lobbyists must obey the law, writes Sam Fouad.
Comment: Heart attacks, brief illnesses, and accidental falls. A disturbing number of high-ranking Russian officials have recently been found dead in murky circumstances, writes Sam Fouad.
Comment: The ex-Trump surrogate is finding refuge from the FBI investigation while lining his pockets and helping his old Russian friends as a lobbyist in Erbil, writes Sam Fouad.
Comment: Governments must take a stand and stem the institutionalised discrimination that exists in their own policies and societies, writes Sam Fouad.
Comment: The Coptic community in both the US and Egypt has thrown its support behind authoritarian leaders, but at what price? asks Sam Fouad.