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Deviations in US society manifest themselves in a photograph that has been circulating on social media of 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse holding a gun with a childlike demeanour and an innocent smile

It may be a bad time to be pregnant in Egypt, but isn’t it a bad time to be pregnant everywhere else, too?

A recent campaign directed at the International Monetary Fund has exposed the hidden agendas of some NGOs working in Egypt

Are we in danger of going too far in moves to remove tainted historical monuments, asks Azza Radwan Sedky

Is defunding the US police force a plausible option, or mere bizarre fantasy, asks Azza Radwan Sedky

Moving back to normality will be exceedingly challenging after extended lockdowns to halt the spread of the Covid-19

The Western media has been systematically misreporting the Covid-19 outbreak in Egypt, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

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

Could Democratic Party frontrunner Bernie Sanders win the party’s nomination and stand against US President Donald Trump in this year’s US presidential elections

The outbreak of the coronavirus in China has brought home the smallness of the world to many, with what happens on one side of the globe having far-reaching consequences

The world has been breathing a sigh of relief at the de-escalation of the conflict between the US and Iran, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

For Trump, international law has no purchase over Israel. If this is the outcome of his first term in office, what would a second term bring, asks Azza Radwan Sedky

Given the frightening possibilities, we should all be more mindful of the dangers of the military use of drones, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

The present low inflation rates show that Egypt is reaping the benefits of the government’s economic reforms, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

Azza Sedky watches Egyptian director Sherif Arafa’s film The Passage, which reveals something of the endurance and heroism of the 1967 and 1973 Wars

With incidents of verbal and physical violence against non-white people becoming more and more common in the US today, what is left of the American Dream, asks Azza Sedky

We should all be applauding Egypt’s new law extending the mandatory retirement age

Egyptians today are prouder of their history and their ability to survive hardships and come out stronger and more resilient in the end

There have been encouraging efforts to overcome the plastic waste that has been enveloping Egypt, though these are still too limited

Foreign surveys have been painting an unrecognisable portrait of today’s Egyptian women

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