Last Update 13:49
Tuesday, 21 November 2017
A year ago, Egypt’s foreign policy looked in crisis. But today it is a different story
Now that the Palestinians have taken the first step toward reconciliation, they need to look into the strategic objectives to end division and achieve sound reconciliation
The new census figures show the continued existence of a range of issues for policy-makers, including illiteracy, early marriage, and a youth bulge
Does Western media deliberately mislead readers when covering news about Egypt?
The international community should have no hesitation in supporting the Egyptian candidate for director-general of UNESCO, says renowned Egyptologist Zahi Hawass
World governments know about Israeli crimes. But it seems they fear Israel, or deem it untouchable. Hence the world's people must speak out
High Vatican officials sometimes sound more like philosophers than Muslim clergymen. Does the difference explain the advances of Western countries?
Statues and monuments often commemorate historical figures or eras, valuable symbols of the past. Some feel that certain dark periods of history should be obliterated, but by demolishing such statues do we indeed erase history?
It seems that the world, especially the West, must adapt to non-traditional terrorist operations that can be difficult to detect beforehand and that aim at killing civilians in apparently random ways
Last month, Jerusalem and its surroundings presented an effective model of Palestinian popular resistance that should be generalised
Is there a way to differentiate between fake news and true news?
Egypt has changed a lot since the 1950s and 1960s, yet our conceptions of the world and of the country are still shaped by out-dated understandings
Gazans are suffering power outages, lack of water, and escalating pollution

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