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Despite the rise in political temperatures in the Gulf, Egypt should focus on its western front with Libya and Sinai

Indications are, by way of recent events, that the US and Israel are gearing up to impose an unfair peace on the Palestinians in return for a concord between the US and Russia

Trump’s proposed Middle East peace deal is to be unveiled within weeks. But by all indications, it won’t have much to stand on

While the departure of lifetime presidents in Algeria and Sudan may bring uncertainty to these countries, the geopolitical costs to the Arab world will be less unclear

Bouteflika has stepped down, echoing what happened with Mubarak eight years prior. It remains to be seen if Algeria will avoid the instability Egypt then experienced

The signal from Tunis is that Trump will not succeed, by force and bluster, to overturn decades of baselines in negotiations for Middle East peace

This month marks the 40th anniversary of the signing of the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty, one that only proved that Israel has no interest in peace

How to prevent the deepening of the divide between the civilised world and that driven by hatred and racial, sectarian and religious violence is the urgent issue of our times, writes Hussein Haridy

Algeria is in search of a new political legitimacy. The political elite can listen and adapt or go the way of the wind

Despite the relative failure of the Hanoi talks between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un, hope is not lost for a unified, peaceful Korean Peninsula

The quest for American hegemony in the late 20th century was one where America leads and others willingly follow. Now, under Trump, America must lead despite all others

The latest State of the Union address by Donald Trump had practically nothing to offer the Arabs


In the past one hundred years, from monarchy to a republican system of government, we as Egyptians have not succeeded in establishing a sustainable democratic system where checks, balance and the rule of law reign supreme

Peace on the Korean Peninsula could be at hand if the US administration is willing to meet Pyongyang half way

Peace on the Korean Peninsula could be at hand if the US administration is willing to meet Pyongyang half way

Hussein Haridy reflects on the policies and impact of the administration of US president George W Bush, who died last week

While the Arabs watched the US mid-term elections with interest, no Arab country can boast a similarly democratic system as the United States

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

The Khashoggi affair is far from over, with Turkey’s Erdogan aiming to use it as a means to rebalance the regional order

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