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" Ottoman Empire"
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Al-Ahram Weekly - Culture
10/9/2020 3:22:16 PM
'Useful Enemies: Islam and The Ottoman Empire in Western Political Thought, 1450-1750' provides a detailed history of European attitudes to Islam and the former Ottoman Empire
Opinion -
9/3/2020 5:22:28 AM
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has become more and more unbalanced in his recent threats, even threatening to push the region to the brink of war
World - Region
8/1/2020 3:54:53 PM
Books - Review
7/27/2020 4:32:39 PM
In a vibrant and thought-provoking historical novel, Ahmed Gad El-Karim revives to memory one of Egypt’s long-forgotten heroes of the national struggle
World - Region
7/15/2020 9:54:21 PM
World - Region
7/9/2020 1:48:00 PM
Erdogan proposed restoring the mosque status of the 6th-century UNESCO World Heritage Site, which was central to both the Christian Byzantine and Muslim Ottoman empires and is now one of the most visited monuments in Turkey
Al-Ahram Weekly - World
6/16/2020 7:41:28 PM
The threat to the Arab region of Turkey’s irredentism is real. Ankara is eyeing not so much a “neo-Ottomanism” as a return to the Ottoman Empire, writes Mohamed Abdel-Qader
Opinion -
3/11/2020 7:59:14 PM
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s day-dream of resurrecting the former Ottoman Empire has come to a humiliating end, writes Hany Ghoraba
Al-Ahram Weekly - World
1/12/2020 9:00:00 PM
Seemingly bent on reviving the Ottoman Empire, Turkey’s president is not content with failure in Syria and Iraq. Libya must now yield
Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
1/8/2020 11:15:23 AM
Whether the US assassination of the most powerful operative in the Iranian regime, the commander of the militias that helped fuel the Sunni-Shia conflict in recent years, was calculated or not, regional temperatures will soar
Al-Ahram Weekly - World
10/18/2019 1:59:23 PM
Who are the Kurds? Nora Koloyan-Keuhnelian has the answer
Books -
7/21/2019 6:43:53 PM
French novelist Gustave Flaubert’s account of his trip up the Nile in 1850 can still intrigue today
World - Region
5/25/2019 2:08:36 PM
Opinion -
3/13/2019 6:24:41 PM
The 1919 Revolution had extraordinary impacts on both national and democratic life in Egypt, setting the stage for the decades to come, writes Walid Abdelnasser
Egypt - 1919 Revolution
3/7/2019 9:55:30 AM
Tarek Al-Bishri tells Amira Howeidy of the lasting significance of the 1919 Revolution
Books - Review
1/12/2019 10:32:29 AM
James Barr, Lords of the Desert. Britain’s Struggle with America to dominate the Middle East, London: Simon & Schuster, 2018, pp401
2018 / 2019 -
12/28/2018 3:43:58 PM
Will negotiations in Stockholm produce for Yemen a resolution previous rounds failed to provide? Hopes are not high, but urgency is
Opinion -
11/14/2018 8:16:02 PM
World War I, whose end in 1918 is being marked now, set off ripples that continue to be felt in the Arab and Muslim worlds
Egypt - Politics
11/14/2018 7:34:02 PM
Researcher Alia Mossallam tells Dina Ezzat how the voices of Egyptian troops in World War I can be reconstructed
Books - Review
10/2/2018 3:36:00 PM
Mohamed Rifaat Al-Imam, Armenians in Egypt (1896-1961), Cairo: Armenian General Benevolent Union, 2002 - Reviewed by Dina Ezzat​
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