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The Yellow Vests movement in France may be spinning out of control, raising the risk of contagion to other European countries

In the wake of serious allegations against the Ennahda Party, Tunisia may be moving closer to an inevitable showdown with the Islamist movement

This year’s centennial of the end of the First World War has many important lessons for the present

French President Emmanuel Macron’s desire to form a unified European army may not receive the support of his partners in NATO or the European Union

New ways must be found to curb the growth in hate speech towards Egypt’s Christians in the wake of last week’s bus attack in Minya

US President Donald Trump has threatened to withdraw the US from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, but he could be making a massive miscalculation

The Turkish regime has been attempting to capitalise on the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi to gather acceptance for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s own tyrannical rule

The Scottish desire for independence from the rest of the United Kingdom has never wavered, and it is likely to be boosted by British moves to leave the European Union

On the occasion of this year’s World Animal Day, it is time more people in Egypt stood up for the rights of animals

What might be the purpose of the proposed Middle East Strategic Alliance bringing together Egypt, the US, Jordan and the Gulf states

The fight for control of the Eastern Mediterranean’s oil and gas resources could be the catalyst for further conflict in the region

The sentences of Muslim Brotherhood leaders in the Rabaa trial have been systematically misrepresented in the Western media

Chinese President Xi Jinping announced a $60 billion pledge to develop Africa at the seventh Forum on China-Africa Cooperation in Beijing this month, striking nerves in Western circles

European governments must stop their support for the Tehran regime if they are serious about curbing Iranian threats in the region

Since the establishment of the Turkish Republic in 1923, the country has seldom seen darker days than under the rule of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Reality has kicked in with increasing calls for a second referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union

The communist policies of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro have slashed the country’s economy in half, creating the biggest economic meltdown in its history

Defusing Egypt’s ticking population bomb is the key to a much brighter future for all Egyptians

The brighter side of immigration was shown during this year’s football World Cup, and it must be learned from by all responsible governments

NATO members would be wrong to resist US President Donald Trump’s demands for increased defence expenditure

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