This book, the Road for Egypt in the 21 Century (Arabic ed), is intended to provide a road map for Egypt to escape from the vicious cycle of poverty, violence, and backwardness. The author highlights the development targets to be achieved, and the planning process to double Egypt's GDP every five years, with the aim of joining the realm of developed countries within 15 years. Many of the ideas here can be adopted by any underdeveloped country as well. The proposed political system and the separation of strategic planning from the executive branch could stabilize the development of any nation. The ideas for boosting small and medium businesses, the proposed tools to build the infrastructure, the mechanisms for diversification of financing resources, and the economic stimulation tools could all be very valuable if adopted by any undeveloped nation.