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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

In the wake of a string of fixed election results in Turkey, the country’s opposition must organise to force President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to step down from power

It is time to learn the lessons of this year’s football World Cup after the elimination of the Egyptian team

The 30 June Revolution was a defining moment that not only impacted the Egyptian nation, but also the region and the wider world

Turkey’s ambition to join the European Union has been made immeasurably more complicated by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Islamist and neo-Ottoman rhetoric

A recent report on Sinai by Human Rights Watch has once again drawn attention to the shoddy methods employed by this US-based NGO

US President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the nuclear deal with Iran has led to a breakdown in US-European relations

The historic summit meeting that took place between the leaders of the two Koreas in April may pave the way to an end to the seven-decade conflict on the peninsula

The Ethiopian government continues to ignore Egypt’s historical rights to Nile water and has refused to recognise its concerns over the building of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Media wars can be victorious through effective and smartly led campaigns that focus on the truth

The developing trade war between the United States and China is bad news for the countries concerned as well as for the rest of the world


Western countries are risking their own security by ignoring the spread of Islamic State and other terrorist groups in Africa

As tensions between the US and Russia continue, there is a real danger that the world may be entering a new period of cold war between the superpowers

The international community should not allow the aggression of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to go unchallenged

Despite some domestic opposition, Russian President Vladimir Putin is likely to score a landslide victory in March’s presidential elections

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