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Political campaigning techniques have been changing fast in Egypt’s elections, but they have still left some key components almost untouched

Sudan expert Amany ElTawil says Khartoum is likely to agree to a normalisation deal with Israel when the US Congress removes it from the list of countries supporting terrorism

Prominent Political Scientist AbdelMoneim Said spoke to Ahram Online about the coming US elections and its possible effects on the Middle East

What will be the impact of widening Arab-Israeli normalisation on the Middle East?

Dina Ezzat asks diplomats and experts what the results of the US election will mean for the Middle East

Markos Tekle, Ethiopia’s new ambassador to Egypt, says his mission is to promote bilateral relations despite the ongoing dispute over GERD

On the 47th anniversary of the October 1973 War, Ahram Weekly talks to members of Battalion 603, kept under Israeli siege for over four months after a ceasefire was announced

The 28 October 1973 ceasefire between Egypt and Israel saw Egyptian soldiers coming home full of stories of bravery and honour, writes Dina Ezzat

Sawsan Mourad, editor of Al-Ahram’s art and décor magazine ElBeit, shares reflections on a 20-year long journey of encouraging Egypt's growing industries of art and design

Salah argues that sooner or later Erdogan will have to backtrack on the majority of his foreign policy choices – including those on Egypt

Gamal Helal, former interpreter to five US presidents in talks between Israel and the Palestinians, talks to Dina Ezzat about the pursuit of a settlement in the Middle East

From former Egyptian president Anwar Al-Sadat’s visit to Jerusalem in 1977 to the normalisation agreements signed by the UAE and Bahrain, Ahram Weekly recalls the pursuit of a fair settlement of the Palestinian cause

This year’s broader interest in the beginning of the ancient Egyptian new year testifies to continuing questions of identity, novelist Ibrahim Abdel-Meguid tells Ahram Weekly

INTERVIEW: Prominent Middle East diplomat and expert Hesham Youssef argues that the Israeli Palestinian conflict is once again at a historic defining moment

Covid-19 has proven a decisive moment for many Egyptian medics in the UK NHS system

The normalisation agreements between Israel and the UAE and Bahrain are being hailed as proof that progress is possible in the Middle East. But progress towards what?

Author Nezar AlSayyad talks about the forthcoming Arabic translation of his book on the two-million-year history of the Nile in an interview with Dina Ezzat

Some international and regional powers are trying to spare Lebanon from civil war while others are less sanguine

Health Minister Hala Zayed said that Egypt is in talks with six countries who are among the early candidates to produce a coronavirus vaccine

The quarterly finds material and photos from the archives of one of the oldest newspapers in the Arab world and makes them accessible to an audience that is curious about the early decades of the 20th century

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