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The e-mails sent by former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton confirm the collusion of the Muslim Brotherhood group with the former Obama administration in the US

It was a chaotic debate in every sense of the word leaving Americans with a sour taste in their mouths having not learned much from the whole debacle

The timing of discrediting exposés of the candidates in the run-up to the US presidential elections is an essential part of the political game

Deviations in US society manifest themselves in a photograph that has been circulating on social media of 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse holding a gun with a childlike demeanour and an innocent smile

A recent article in the US magazine Foreign Affairs unfairly treats Egypt while betraying much of the habitual arrogance of the Western media

It may be a bad time to be pregnant in Egypt, but isn’t it a bad time to be pregnant everywhere else, too?

A recent campaign directed at the International Monetary Fund has exposed the hidden agendas of some NGOs working in Egypt

Are we in danger of going too far in moves to remove tainted historical monuments, asks Azza Radwan Sedky

Is defunding the US police force a plausible option, or mere bizarre fantasy, asks Azza Radwan Sedky

Egyptians see the relationship between the current protests in the United States and the 25 January Revolution in Egypt from a different perspective than the Western media, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

Months away from the US presidential race, the coronavirus pandemic might give Trump a rough ride at the polls, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

Moving back to normality will be exceedingly challenging after extended lockdowns to halt the spread of the Covid-19

The Western media has been systematically misreporting the Covid-19 outbreak in Egypt, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

Could there be a positive side to the Covid-19 pandemic, asks Azza Radwan Sedky

How much of what we previously took for granted will change after the Covid-19 crisis is over?

Egyptian writers publishing in Western newspapers have too often become trapped into corroborating the arrogance of the Western media, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

Could Democratic Party frontrunner Bernie Sanders win the party’s nomination and stand against US President Donald Trump in this year’s US presidential elections

The outbreak of the coronavirus in China has brought home the smallness of the world to many, with what happens on one side of the globe having far-reaching consequences

The Egyptian people have accomplished more than what some considered possible since the 25 January 2011 Revolution, solving many of the problems of the previous period, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

The world has been breathing a sigh of relief at the de-escalation of the conflict between the US and Iran, writes Azza Radwan Sedky

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