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Regardless of who wins November’s US presidential elections, the world has changed. There is no going back

While times have changed, demanding new approaches to regional crises like the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Saudi Arabia will not renege on its historic duties to Arab security

It is rare in history for three historical moments to occur at once. But this is what is happening now, and to which Arab leaderships must respond

The adaptability of the Muslim Brotherhood, despite setbacks, warrants greater international coordination to confront this seat of Islamist radicalism and terrorism

Washington think tanks continue to peddle a bleak outlook for the Arab world, ignoring the dramatic progress made amid pressure from all sides

The torrent of writings excoriating Trump is unlike that which has accompanied any other sitting US president, but this wave of exposés has not shaken Trump’s electoral base

So much is changing, but the exact direction of change remains shrouded in obscurity. What will tomorrow bring?

Matters often become tense in the final straight before US presidential elections, but never as tense as they are now

Amid the grip of the Covid-19 pandemic, the driving forces of production in new technologies have not abated, writes Abdel-Moneim Said

The UAE has taken a bold leap in its diplomacy towards Israel that could well prove more effective in defence of Arab interests than all the rejectionists who protest

As deep as the tragedy of the explosions in Beirut surely was, Lebanon faces an opportunity: to move beyond a failed polity to a modern nation state, writes Abdel-Moneim Said

Regions have risen in importance, overarching and transecting smaller conflicts. In the Eastern Mediterranean, this progress is now threatened by Turkey

The dominance of four US tech companies has been in focus this week, but the future will surely bring even greater transformations than the ones they have pursued

Before any society can progress, it needs to rethink its ways and perceptions, writes Abdel-Moneim Said

In responding to present threats, the Arabs have taken two major steps: to secure the foundations of the state, and to work together, writes Abdel-Moneim Said

Whether or not Israel presses forward with plans to annex fresh swathes of occupied Palestinian land, the Arabs need to pause, reassess and find a new strategy

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

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