Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion

Emerging alternatives to neoliberal economics

With neoliberal economics being seen as unable to tackle the challenges of the 21st century, what other alternatives are there, asks Dina Shehata

Analysis of disagreements on the GERD

Differences on the draft Washington Agreement on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam could be resolved through constructive discussion between all the parties, writes Mohamed Nasr El-Din Allam

A flawed message on Egypt

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

Could Covid-19 change the US presidential election?

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

Libyan quicksand

As conflict on the ground intensifies in Libya, Egypt must rethink its options, writes Hussein Haridy

Opportunities for e-commerce after Covid-19

The coronavirus pandemic is leading to new opportunities for e-commerce on a global level, writes Sayed Attia Moawad

Misusing the Nile

Ethiopia’s claim that Egypt has contributed to its state of underdevelopment has no relation to the truth, writes Abdel-Moneim Said

Should court hearings go online?

Courts across the region are stepping up their use of online technology to keep the wheels of justice turning during the Covid-19 crisis with lessons for the Egyptian judicial system, writes Salma El-Nashar

Turkey’s war on the European Union

The Turkish authorities have been actively facilitating the entry of migrants into Greece in contravention of the 2016 EU-Turkey agreement, write Ioannis E Kotoulas and Wolfgang Pusztai

Silent celebrations of peace

Celebrations to mark the end of World War II in Europe were subdued this year by the spread of the Covid-19, writes Hany Ghoraba

Save lives, save livelihoods

It is imperative that Egypt gets back to work, while keeping the spread of coronavirus under firm control, writes Hussein Haridy

Will we ever play football again?

Football games like other sports activities have been suspended in Egypt in order to halt the spread of the COVID-19, but when can they be restarted, asks Ziad A Akl

The last call

It is time the international community shoulders its responsibility and pressures Addis Ababa to accept a binding deal on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, writes Mostafa Ahmady

New normal in the Middle East

One “new normal” in the Middle East is that the COVID-19 pandemic has made non-Arab regional powers fiercer in their expansionist drives at the expense of the Arabs, writes Abdel-Moneim Said

Egyptian women on the frontline

President of the National Council for Women Maya Morsy writes on government efforts to serve the needs of Egyptian women during the Covid-19 pandemic

In need of resurrection

Could the current Covid-19 pandemic be an opportunity to reshape the world for the better, asks Sameh Fawzy

A silver lining?

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

Global illusions

The spread of Covid-19 has thrown into relief the fragility of humankind in times of natural disaster and pandemics, writes Abdel-Alim Mohamed

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