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Walid M Abdelnasser's Articles

The widespread rediscovery of family life may be one of the positive developments to come out of the coronavirus pandemic

Walid M Abdelnasser pays tribute to Gamil Atteya Ibrahim, a unique novelist and writer

The global Covid-19 pandemic has overturned decades of free market ideology with regards to the role of the state in social life

The links between innovation and economic development were high on the agenda of World Economic Forum meetings in Davos

Japanese diplomat and academic Sadako Ogata, who has died at the age of 92, will be greatly missed by all who knew her, including by her many friends in Egypt

Egypt and the Arab and Muslim world have lost a major thinker in the late Kamal Abul-Magd, a major contributor throughout his life to inter-faith and inter-cultural dialogue

This year sees the centenary of the founding of the American University in Cairo, with activities planned to mark the occasion in Egypt and across the Arab world

Walid Abdel-Nasser reflects on the “war to end all wars”, that didn’t

Galal Amin, one of Egypt and the Arab world’s most outstanding thinkers, passed away last week

Even those who differed with him ideologically expressed their admiration and respect for the late Egyptian economist and thinker Samir Amin

Exceptional leaders are often born out of exceptional circumstances, epitomised in the life of Nelson Mandela, the centennial of whose birth passed recently

World Intellectual Property Day takes place on 26 April, with this year’s theme being encouraging women’s creativity and innovation

As Egypt and the Arab world mark the centenary of the birth of former president Gamal Abdel-Nasser, attention has been turning to the present meaning of his achievements

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