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Tuesday, 19 March 2019
The 1919 Revolution had extraordinary impacts on both national and democratic life in Egypt, setting the stage for the decades to come, writes Walid Abdelnasser
Despite the relative failure of the Hanoi talks between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un, hope is not lost for a unified, peaceful Korean Peninsula
What seems from the outside a failure to reach a deal between Washington and Pyongyang is more likely just another step in a story that will see further chapters yet
From the cauldron of defeat in World War II, Japan built itself anew by rebuilding its human capacities. Its success remains an example from which others should learn
Last week’s tragic accident at Cairo’s main railway station has underlined the railway network’s need for more investment through public-private partnerships
The month of March is more and more associated with the achievements of Egyptian women
The expansion of the real-estate sector in Egypt has not been a source of genuine social and economic development
Why is the welfare of terrorists and murderers the apparent priority of many foreign human-rights organisations
Democracy, so lauded as a pillar of the new world order, has proven problematic in recent years, leading to fragmentation and polarisation
The quest for American hegemony in the late 20th century was one where America leads and others willingly follow. Now, under Trump, America must lead despite all others
Egypt’s media should play a greater role in reaching out to the African continent
Ezzat Ibrahim assesses the outcomes of the Sharm El-Sheikh summit
Tarek Osman pinpoints the factors enhancing or preventing more cooperation between members of the Arab and European countries
Taking place every year on 21 February, World Student Day owes its origins to the independence struggle of Egyptian students
French politicians may be getting a taste of their own medicine in the current diplomatic spat between Italy and France
European and Arab leaders will be meeting next weekend in Sharm El-Sheikh to discuss issues including irregular migration across the Mediterranean Sea
The Arabs should keep open avenues for cooperation and partnership with Asia as it becomes an economic centre of gravity in the world economy
Dialogue with the Arab-Islamic world has great importance for European security and sustainability as well as for promoting a true understanding between cultures and civilisations
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