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Wednesday, 23 January 2019
It would be a mistake to abandon print for online journalism, as many countries have already found to their cost
Developments over the last decade have put in question the myth that liberal democracy is the end to which all countries are headed or that it constitutes the end of history
Today’s globalised consumer culture directed at young people serves the interests of the market and the international powers that control it
The government should transfer responsibility for commuting to the workforce and employers in the interest of reducing fuel consumption and advancing productivity
In this next year and beyond, Iraq and Syria are likely to return to the Arab fold, while Saudi and Egyptian dynamism continues to drive the region towards a better future
Peace on the Korean Peninsula could be at hand if the US administration is willing to meet Pyongyang half way
Last year’s Nine Ministers Meeting between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia should lead to the establishment of the Blue Nile Management Authority, an important step forward in the management of regional water resources
The resignation of Jim Mattis is not just the departure of a senior official in the Trump administration, but the exit of a school of US foreign policy thinking.
The trade war between the United States and other countries has been harming international cooperation and hurting consumers worldwide.
As the new year begins, we could all benefit from learning to respect each other more and above all from learning to respect our differences.
Contrary to expectations, the recent government reshuffle in Saudi Arabia has strengthened and not weakened the hand of Mohamed bin Salman.
This year has seen a downward trajectory in the activities of terrorist groups in the Middle East, but there is little room for complacency
A major challenge the region may face in 2019 is a rise in the influence of a resurgent Al-Qaeda
Egypt has played a central role at the United Nations since the world organisation’s foundation in the dying days of World War II
The US Embassy in Cairo is committed to supporting Egyptian entrepreneurs throughout the year, including through the Egyptian-American Enterprise Fund
The actions of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan over the past year have had enormously adverse effects on his country’s international standing
US commentator on Egyptian affairs Michele Dunne has been a constant critic of Egypt, with her ill-informed opinions reaching a crescendo in a recent article for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Some US politicians are rounding on Saudi Arabia, pointing to Yemen, while ignoring the toll of wars the US pursued
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