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Wednesday, 21 October 2020
It was a chaotic debate in every sense of the word leaving Americans with a sour taste in their mouths having not learned much from the whole debacle
The adaptability of the Muslim Brotherhood, despite setbacks, warrants greater international coordination to confront this seat of Islamist radicalism and terrorism
Egypt is taking steps to promote sustainable urban development in order to protect natural ecosystems and conserve biodiversity
Turkey’s involvement in the renewed conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh extends its dismal record of war-mongering across the region
As the final phase of negotiations over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam begin, all those involved must hope that a just solution can be found that is satisfactory to all
Rolled back in Libya and Syria, and facing censure in the East Mediterranean, Turkey has turned to the Caucasus to stage a regional show of power
With the passing of Kuwait’s Sheikh Al-Sabah, the Arab world has lost a tower of wisdom
The medical world is torn between the desire to eliminate disease, and the need for further knowledge
The upcoming US presidential election is characterised by several factors that may not have happened before in any other elections since the founding of the United States in July 1776
Regardless US-Israeli plans, the Palestinian question cannot be erased when it concerns the lives and fates of seven million people
After years of stagnation since 2011, now is the time not only to rebuild the Egyptian economy, but also to correct mistakes of the past
What explains the continuing popularity of late Egyptian president Gamal Abdel-Nasser, who died 50 years ago this year?
Washington think tanks continue to peddle a bleak outlook for the Arab world, ignoring the dramatic progress made amid pressure from all sides
Egyptians understood the 'wicked' conspiracy to dismantle the country and realised they are on the right path to development and they will overcome the difficulties to attain prosperity
The timing of discrediting exposés of the candidates in the run-up to the US presidential elections is an essential part of the political game
The US Academy has introduced a new set of diversity standards for the Oscars, but good intentions may not always lead to positive changes in the film industry
The torrent of writings excoriating Trump is unlike that which has accompanied any other sitting US president, but this wave of exposés has not shaken Trump’s electoral base
Building on its successful mediation that culminated in the 1993 Oslo Accords, will Norway revive its diplomatic role for peace between the Israelis and Palestinians?
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