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Haggling, manoeuvring, and time wasting have defined Addis Ababa’s stances and actions amid the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam controversy
Egypt needs to be double down on its reform drive, embracing digitalisation to turn the Covid-19 crisis into an opportunity
Ramadan television series The Choice, currently being shown on Egyptian TV, accurately depicts what is at stake in the ongoing war on terrorism in Egypt
The international community must act now to defuse the crisis over GERD
An agreement on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is the key to regional stability and cooperation among the Nile River Basin countries
Negotiating a deeper and more comprehensive free-trade agreement with the European Union is the logical next step from the current Association Agreement
The post-coronavirus world will need not only a vision, but also practical mechanisms to translate hopes and aspirations into robust reality
The widespread rediscovery of family life may be one of the positive developments to come out of the coronavirus pandemic
Under the Al-Bashir regime, Khartoum toed an Ethiopian line on the controversial Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. But now, slowly, the tide appears to be turning, writes Mostafa Ahmady
The denial of Arab rights remains the cornerstone of Israeli politics, with no apparent end of this afront in sight, writes James Zogby
As the world faces an uncertain future, the time is also opportune to rethink the basics, including making more robust the foundations of international and Arab cooperation, writes Abdel-Moneim Said
After a brief lull in the war of words between Beijing and Washington, the latter is ramping up its rhetoric. It won’t help stem the coronavirus pandemic
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