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Jonathan Zimmerman, a history professor at Pennsylvania University in the US, talks about changes in America’s self-understanding and the importance of American history in an interview with Manal Lofty in Washington

The UK’s self-imposed deadline for the conclusion of talks to leave the European Union has turned into a double-edged sword

French President Emmanuel Macron’s plans to promote greater Muslim integration in France can only solve part of the problem, with the other part lying in combating European hostility towards Muslims

The European Union has been putting its house in order as a possible second Trump presidency looms after the presidential elections in the US in November, writes Manal Lotfy

An ugly showdown is developing between the US and the rest of the world on US attempts to impose further sanctions on Iran

The signature of normalisation agreements between Israel, the UAE and Bahrain this week will lead to further tensions in the region

The snapback mechanism in the Iran nuclear deal could isolate Washington and undermine its UN veto power

Last week’s agreement between the UAE and Israel to normalise relations could add to Iran’s worries in the region

In Libya, the US is stepping back, Russia and Turkey are sending more troops, Islamist militants are regrouping, and the EU struggling

The situation in Libya is the latest flashpoint between Turkey and the European Union and a further test of already troubled relations

Mysterious incidents at nuclear sites and ugly scenes in parliament illustrate Iran’s current woes

US President Donald Trump’s aides undermined plans to resume talks with Iran, according to a new book by former US national security adviser John Bolton, writes Manal Lotfy

This week’s toppling of a statue of an 18th-century slave trader in the English city of Bristol reflects deep unease about Britain’s imperial past, writes Manal Lotfy in London

The US is revoking almost all the sanction waivers covering civil nuclear cooperation with Iran in a bid to finish off the Iran nuclear deal before the presidential elections in November, writes Manal Lotfy

Mixed messages and confusion have characterised the British government’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic, with the UK now registering the highest number of deaths in Europe

It is a waiting game for governments and populations around the world until a vaccine against the Covid-19 can be found, writes Manal Lotfy in London

The European Union’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic is now in full swing despite some lingering divisions,

The world’s major powers are fighting each other over essential protection and medical equipment in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic

Britain went into lockdown this week in efforts to halt the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus, but is it too late to avoid an Italian scenario

The United Kingdom is finding it hard to keep calm and carry on in the face of the spread of the coronavirus

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