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The Covid-19 pandemic has been welcomed by the Islamic State group as divine retribution. But the coronavirus may also hit its members and leadership, changing the terrorist group in profound ways

How much of what we previously took for granted will change after the Covid-19 crisis is over?

The Arab Quartet should become the foundation of a drive towards Arab strategic cooperation, one capable of addressing regional and international crises alike

From bellicose rhetoric to smiling agreements, Turkey’s Erdogan continues his attempts to play all sides against each other in pursuit of narrow self-interest, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Ethiopia needs to show good faith by signing the Washington-brokered agreement on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
This blog is part of a special series on the response to the coronavirus
While Israel’s third election failed to produce a conclusive result, Netanyahu has won in terms of the decimation of the Israeli left, leaving the Arab Joint List as the only defender of justice, writes James Zogby
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s day-dream of resurrecting the former Ottoman Empire has come to a humiliating end, writes Hany Ghoraba
What will Cairo’s future be like after the completion of the New Administrative Capital, asks Hana Zaky
Turkey may be pursuing neo-Ottoman imperialist goals, but its destabilising behaviour is not going unanswered, writes Ioannis Kotoulas

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