Abdel-Moneim Said's Articles

God damn dogmatism. Its hyperbole, reductionism and recklessness serve only to tear peoples and nations apart and throw the world into upheaval.

Abdel-Moneim Said asks whether there could be a new Europe in the Middle East

Drawing on Cold War history for comparison, Abdel-Moneim Said reviews unfolding developments in Arab-American relations

Abdel-Moneim Said celebrates humanity’s endless fascination with the heavens

Abdel-Moneim Said anticipates the significance of the upcoming Jeddah summit

Abdel-Moneim Said discusses Biden’s upcoming meeting with nine Arab leaders

Abdel-Moneim Said analyses the situation of Arabs in a changing world

Abdel-Moneim Said remembers the 1967 War.

Abdel-Moneim Said discusses Cairo and Riyadh’s strategic relations

Abdel-Moneim Said uses a famous Swiss play to analyse unfolding international relations

Abdel-Moneim Said analyses the Arabs’ favourite argument against the West.

Abdel-Moneim Said takes stock of the current bump in US-Gulf relations.

Abdel-Moneim Said remembers the 1948 Palestinian Nakba.

Since the beginning of the Ukrainian crisis, writes Abdel-Moneim Said, analysts have pondered four questions

Abdel-Moneim Said wonders about the future of the peace process.

Abdel-Moneim Said discusses the history of the term “Middle East”.

Abdel-Moneim Said reads John Mearsheimer in the light of the Ukraine war

Abdel-Moneim Said goes to the opera

Abdel-Moneim Said discusses the long-term global impact of the war

Abdel-Moneim Said dissects the Ukraine war from the point of view of American liberalism

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