Al-Ahram Weekly - Special

Libya: Concerns over militias

There are fears that the conflict in Sudan could escalate to include militia groups currently in Libya and other neighbouring countries.

INTERVIEW: Conflict in Sudan - ‘Life-and-death battle’

Professor of international relations at SOAS in London Gilbert Achcar explains in an interview that it would be simplistic to represent the conflict in Sudan as a proxy war.

The SAF and RSF: Masks off

The cooperation between the Sudan Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces was always based on a temporary convergence of interests, as the present conflict demonstrates.

Uncertainty at the border

Egypt is worried that a protracted conflict in Sudan will exacerbate the precarious security of its borders, reports Dina Ezzat

Fleeing war

Hager Elhakeem visits Argeen crossing on the Egyptian-Sudanese border

Too close to home

Ahmed Eleiba assesses the consequences of the conflict in Sudan on Egypt

Nightmare in Sudan

As fighting in Sudan continues for a second week, further escalation of the conflict seems much more likely than a peaceful settlement, writes Dina Ezzat

Catastrophe threatens in Sudan

While Sudan’s civil forces are trying to put out the flames of the present conflict, the country’s army and Rapid Support Forces are each aiming to emerge victorious, writes Asmaa Al-Husseini

CORRECTION: Ethiopia’s Sudanese nightmare

Ethiopia stands to lose a great deal if the Sudanese army wins its battle against the Rapid Support Forces, reports Haitham Nouri

Zero-sum game

As the conflict in Sudan threatens to drive the country towards civil war, there is an urgent need to find a mediator to put the country back on the path towards democratic transition, writes Hamdy Abdel-Rahman

Ramadan in Niger

Alyaa Abo Shahba travels to the West African country of Niger to get a glimpse of Ramadan traditions in this Muslim-majority nation

Faith and patriotism

Khaled Mahmoud reviews Pope Tawadros II’s recently released memoir

Boutros Boutros-Ghali: A diplomatic nonconformist

To mark the centenary of Boutros Boutros-Ghali’s birth, Dina Ezzat revisits the memoirs and legacy of an Egyptian diplomat with unconventional views

Know your birds

A first-of-its-kind guidebook on Egypt’s birds invites us to open our eyes to surrounding rich avifauna.

Why 1922 mattered

A hundred years after Britain’s unilateral declaration of Egyptian independence in February 1922, Tarek Osman reflects on how that nominal independence shaped Egypt’s liberal politics in the decades up until the end of the monarchy in 1952

Chronicles of independence

The widespread interest in the centenary of Britain’s 28 February 1922 Statement on Egypt is another sign of growing interest in Egypt’s modern history, writes Dina Ezzat

The Foreign Ministry: 100 years of achievement

Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukri reflects on the centenary of Egypt’s Foreign Ministry

A mission of a century

On 15 March this year, diplomats in Cairo and over 150 missions overseas will mark the reestablishment of the country’s Foreign Ministry in 1922, writes Dina Ezzat

Expo 2020 Dubai: Connecting the world

Nora Koloyan-Keuhnelian toured Expo 2020’s virtual districts and pavilions, visiting the Pharaohs’ land built in Dubai

A history of Egyptian diplomacy

A new book by former Egyptian foreign minister Nabil Fahmy describes the main lines of Egyptian diplomacy on the Middle East Peace Process.

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