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Abdel Moneim Said's Articles
Undoubtedly, Trump has his own chapter in US history. But how it will read may be contrary to his liking

By any measure, America has changed under Trump. Further turmoil may lie ahead

The realist school of international relations has once again expressed its tenets in vocal adherents amid the Covid-19 crisis. But perhaps we need something more

While the current situation in the US appears unprecedented, the American polity has weathered dramatic storms in the past, and likely will weather this one too

Ethiopia’s claim that Egypt has contributed to its state of underdevelopment has no relation to the truth, writes Abdel-Moneim Said

Abdel-Moneim Said contemplates the varied impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on world powers and order

One “new normal” in the Middle East is that the COVID-19 pandemic has made non-Arab regional powers fiercer in their expansionist drives at the expense of the Arabs, writes Abdel-Moneim Said

As the world faces an uncertain future, the time is also opportune to rethink the basics, including making more robust the foundations of international and Arab cooperation, writes Abdel-Moneim Said

In a time that calls for international cooperation, it was Riyadh that really followed through,writes Abdel-Moneim Said

While the economic and social impact of the coronavirus pandemic might persist for months or even years, within the Arab world there exists a community of interest able to weather all storms, writes Abdel-Moneim Said

Will Covid-19 mark a departure or merely an acceleration of what already was the path of the world?

While the coronavirus pandemic may come to mark a threshold in contemporary history, the nature of its impact on world order is far from clear

Covid-19 has put a spotlight on structural failures within global governance like no other event before, writes Abdel-Moneim Said

The Arab Quartet should become the foundation of a drive towards Arab strategic cooperation, one capable of addressing regional and international crises alike

Sanders for Trump would have been an easier opponent, but Joe Biden won’t find the path to the White House an easy one, writes Abdel-Moneim Said

Despite the swing to the right wing in Israeli politics, advocates of peace, and the Arabs more generally, have cards in their hands and should prepare for hard negotiations, writes Abdel-Moneim Said

An Egyptian to the core, Mohamed Hosni Mubarak was a patriot devoted to serving his nation and its people

Between engagement in protection of its interests, and retrenchment in refusing sole responsibilities for world order, the US is locked in a foreign policy quandary

Looking back is necessary if we want to move forward. The Arab-Israeli conflict is an apt case in point, writes Abdel-Moneim Said

Anger and repeat statements will not solve the Israeli-Palestinian issue. Only negotiations can provide a way forward

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