Last Update 16:1
Tuesday, 22 October 2019
Is the US and Europe on the verge of imposing sanctions on Ankara, asks Sayed Abdel-Meguid
The number of active terrorist groups in Egypt is ever-changing, with their activities reflecting their ideological commitments and sources of personnel
While Israel would like for the regime in Tehran to fall, it is being careful not to be seen calling for US strikes on Iran
Following the party’s defeat in the rerun of the elections for mayor of Istanbul last week, commentators are asking whether this could be the end of Turkey’s ruling AKP
The crisis between Iran and the United States has exposed the mess of the Trump administration’s policies in the Middle East, which is why its Arab allies should take notice
Despite cosy relations between the US and Israel, Trump’s “Deal of the Century” might have a few shocks in store for Tel Aviv
If war is desired by neither side, but negotiations are refused by Tehran, the US-Iran standoff will need an innovative third option in which the Arabs will play a decisive role
Are the Oslo Accords set to be the first victim of the “Deal of the Century”, and if so, at what cost, asks Said Okasha
The US is finally getting serious about designating the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group.
No sense can be found in local and international opposition claiming El-Sisi’s visit to Washington failed.
Israelis have long been leaning towards rule under a strongman, which also appears to keep the right wing in power
There have been many successful African reform experiences that suggest a variety of ways forward for the rest of the continent
A lull in the number of migrants to Europe might mean the worst is over, but it is too early to declare Europe’s victory in the fight against migration
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