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Is democracy in global recession? Will chauvinism drown out universalism? The age-old debate on the nature of the future world order continues

As the anniversary of his death passes, one cannot help but wonder what Egypt’s great novelist would have said about the so-called Arab Spring

The policies of US President Donald Trump are not as confused or inconsistent as they are sometimes made out to be, but have an internal logic of their own

Abdel Moneim Said reflects on one of the greatest military leaders in US history — a man who fought to preserve the union and abolish slavery

Bolstered by Arab disarray, Israel is forging ahead with its own version of a final settlement to the Arab-Israeli conflict

For all the ire levied against him, Donald Trump is succeeding in making his mark on US foreign policy, overturning traditional doctrine in the process

Despite that the media focused on all manner of side issues, the Helsinki summit marks an important turning point in international relations

Will the Western alliance crumble as the Eastern one collapsed at the end of the Cold War? Whatever is the answer, deep changes are happening

The so-called deal of the century is reported to emphasise economic incentives. But these would be meaningless if discrimination is not abolished

The very phenomenon, globalisation, that brought Europe together is what has also sown dissension and rifts that could tear apart the European project

Football is a vast school that teaches people not just how their national teams can become champions, but how their countries can realise progress in all fields, writes

The meeting between Trump and Jong-un appears to have achieved its main goal: to set the compass for future developments, rather than hammer out an agreement now

Winning the ideological component of the war on terrorism demands coordinated action and region-wide analysis

Despite Washington’s withdrawal from the expected summit with North Korea, neither side will be able to easily abandon the process that has started

The Israeli project succeeded in establishing itself and persisting because of its ability to work with realities on the ground. The Palestinians and Arabs must do likewise

While in many ways similar, the Iranian and Korean crises are unlikely to be resolved by Trump deploying the same means and tactics on both

Platforms like Facebook have grown far beyond their original vision, to the point where even they can interfere in global politics and the institutional frameworks of modern democracy

The strategic Arab quartet that emerged between Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the UAE and Bahrain needs to be strengthened and expanded as a matter of necessity

We suffer from a distinct lack of knowledge about young people who time and again take us completely by surprise

There is an Arab world that could become less miserable than it has been in recent memory and much happier than it has been for a long time

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