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Tuesday, 22 October 2019
It is clear that the Arab world cannot, and shouldn’t, wait on the United States. It is time for a new Arab strategic outlook, writes Abdel-Moneim Said
Despite the challenges China is facing, its rise to global power appears unstoppable, as Washington should well note
Are we in danger of turning our children into numbers rather than new human lives, forgetting our responsibilities towards them?
UNICEF Egypt celebrate the International Day of the Girl Child
Ethiopia must act to recognise Egypt’s legitimate objections to its policies in building the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
This month’s anniversary of victory in the 6 October War once again expresses the patriotism, steadfastness and cohesion of the Egyptian people, writes leader of the Egyptian Coptic Orthodox Church Pope Tawadros II
While impeachment procedures against Trump are almost sure to fail, they can nonetheless impair Washington’s capacities to press the interests of the US and its allies in the Middle East, writes Abdel-Moneim Said
Despite rising regional tensions, signs emerged at the UN General Assembly of a tentative coming together among regional and international powers on shared interests and goals, writes Hussein Haridy
Gaining credibility in the public sphere requires years of activity in politics, something that the expatriate contractor Mohamed Ali does not possess, writes Ziad Akl
The current existential war facing Egypt may be even more ferocious than the wars of the last century, writes Hany Ghoraba
In a useless attempt to cast Egypt back, recent agitations by the Muslim Brotherhood are doomed to failure, writes Abdel-Moneim Said
The lead taken by President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi in fighting corruption has been one of the leitmotifs of his presidency, transforming Egypt for the better
Modes of collective action are again transforming in the Arab world, to which Arab states will be obliged to respond, writes Ziad Akl
With incidents of verbal and physical violence against non-white people becoming more and more common in the US today, what is left of the American Dream, asks Azza Sedky
Egypt must revise its national security safeguards in the light of developments in information technology and artificial intelligence and the evolving nature of today’s cyber-threats, writes Mohamed Abdel-Wahed
With the status quo between Israel and the Palestinians untenable, the question arises, in light of recent Israeli elections, whether a one-state solution might now be considered, writes Abdel-Moneim Said
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