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Opinion
While many eyes are set on the upcoming opening of the Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza, Tahrir Square’s Egyptian Museum is undergoing an exciting revamp

The emergence of three poles in the world order appears to be the trajectory. The question is, how will the Arabs position themselves

While the Arabs watched the US mid-term elections with interest, no Arab country can boast a similarly democratic system as the United States

Abdel-Moneim Said reflects on what happened to one of his enduring interests, cars, amid parallel technological changes across the seven decades of his life

Western societies underestimate the deceitful lengths to which the Muslim Brotherhood is prepared to go in its expansionist goal of reaching world domination

US proposals to set up an Arab NATO defence pact in the Middle East dangerously misunderstand the true dynamics of the region

Laila Murad was not just a unique artistic talent, she also epitomised that latent tug-of-war in Arab societies between the quest for modernism and the inability to shed the shackles of stagnation and the fear of the unknown

While regaining a lost or faded identity can be a very difficult task, Egypt is on the right road and is employing the right strategy


Hussein Haridy reflects on the policies and impact of the administration of US president George W Bush, who died last week
The Yellow Vests movement in France may be spinning out of control, raising the risk of contagion to other European countries
Egypt is preparing a range of practical initiatives that will help transform the continent as it gears up to take over the chairmanship of the African Union in January next year
Millions of children in the Arab world are being left behind in education, with experts concurring that a major push is now necessary to make good on the region’s deficit of learning
In the wake of serious allegations against the Ennahda Party, Tunisia may be moving closer to an inevitable showdown with the Islamist movement
James Zogby reflects on events in 1988 that underlined that perseverance is the best way to face down adversaries
Is today’s divisive political rhetoric in the US, much of it used by US President Donald Trump, fostering hostility or criminal acts
This year’s centennial of the end of the First World War has many important lessons for the present
If Egyptians have embraced Korean culture, it is because the two cultures share many fundamental values
Mohamed Salmawy reflects on the World Youth Forum, held earlier this month in Sharm El-Sheikh
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