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Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal has sent shockwaves across the region. But it doesn’t mean that the JCPOA is dead in the water

The historic meeting of the North and South Korean leaders paves the way for peace on the Korean Peninsula, which the Trump administration should focus on facilitating

Last week’s Western attacks on Syria were meant as a warning that the West is still capable of weighing in on the future of Syria and the Middle East region

North Korea will need Chinese support in its negotiations with the United States, with China taking an active role in finding solutions to the security challenges on the Korean Peninsula

The sudden departure of Rex Tillerson confirms the pivot of the Trump White House towards a more confrontational US foreign policy

A possible US-North Korea summit will be about much more than simply Pyongyang’s nuclear and ballistic missile programmes

US-Russian relations have deteriorated markedly, with some speaking of a return to the Cold War. Even if true, the Arab world need not fall within its thralls

The Security Council has called for a nationwide ceasefire in Syria. The question is whether the political will exists for it to happen

Tensions are out in the open between Ankara and Washington, though strategic ties may prevent a full implosion

Hussein Haridy analyses the meaning and significance of the recent downing of an Israeli fighter jet over Syria

President Trump demonstrated in his State of the Union address — as much in what he didn’t say as what he said — that his administration is completely aligned with Israel

While Trump tried to calm his critics at the World Economic Forum, his soothing words still need to be translated into action

The Trump administration has outlined a new strategy on Syria, one that will put it in direct confrontation not only with Bashar Al-Assad, but Tehran and Moscow

In a presidential election year, it’s appropriate that Egypt is reminded of the era of Nasser, when popular mobilisation and a concern for social justice ran strong

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Egyptians thought the US government supported democracy and the will of the Egyptian people. Washington's behaviour towards the present regime prove otherwise

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Going to war in October 1973 was a necessity for Egypt. There was no other way to take back Sinai. But this hard-headed realism didn't last into the years that followed the 1973 victory

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