When I watched political news from http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-23770586 on August 20th 2013, the title that Divided Egyptians united in grief caught my attention. I will describe the Egypt's Clashes and show the several impacts of it in my opinion.
From 15 August until now, there have been a number of clashes between supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi and the security troops in Egypt. As the news showed, many families lost their family members sadly during this event. The death number has been over 600 and it still presents an increase trend. (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-23770586, August 20th 2013)
In my opinion, this crisis will cause many impacts on Egypt itself even the whole world. The main impacts will be illustrated following:
In terms of Egypt itself, I think that it will be influenced in both social problem and economic trouble. First of all, as the news mentioned, we can see that many innocent people were killed. It means that many people have to face the cruel fact that they may have no longer chances to see lovers or families who just called them by telephone. As a result, it may lead to the social problem that the survivals will loose their hopes to work or live in the future. Secondly, the economy will be seriously destroyed. In particular, tourism, which is an important part of the economy in Egypt, will be badly affected by the crisis. As another news from Euronews said, many countries, including China, UK, Russia, Italy and German, have forbidden people to visit Egypt. ( http://www.euronews.com/2013/08/26/egypt-tourism-industry-in-deep-decline/, August 26th 2013)
Turning to the whole world, according to the news from Infowars, international oil price were propelled to a four-month high of $111.23 on the day Egypt clashers happened and rose continuously recent days. ( http://www.infowars.com/egyptian-violence-threatens-oil-trade/, August 19th 2013) Although Julian Jessop, the Capital Economics'...