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Prominent scholar Richard Falk told Bassem Aly all about his new memoir, Public Intellectual: The Life of a Citizen Pilgrim

By restoring US funding to the Palestinian Relief Agency, the Biden administration has reversed its predecessor’s hardline stance on Palestine

The Tunisian government is eyeing talks with the International Monetary Fund following its agreement with the country’s General Labour Union

Lebanon may have narrowly escaped a nuclear disaster following the discovery of nuclear material in storage south of the capital last week

After restricting International Atomic Energy Agency inspection rights in Iran, Tehran is now reactivating its Arak nuclear reactor, reports Bassem Aly

Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok explains why partnering with Egypt is more important than ever

The negotiation of a new World Bank loan for Lebanon is unlikely to reduce public anger at the tough economic conditions in the country

In an event organised by Al-Ahram’s Center for Political and Strategic Studies (ACPSS), Hamdok addressed Chairman Abdel-Mohsen Salama, ACPSS Director Mohamed Fayez and the editors-in-chief of Al-Ahram’s publications

Sudan’s top diplomat Mariam Al-Mahdi discusses foreign policy at Al-Ahram

Protests, most recently about a drop in currency value, have become part of daily life in Lebanon

Erdogan's spokesperson described Egypt as an important country in the region, and remains the brain and heart of the Arab world

As rival protests are held in Tunisia, it is clear how sharply polarised the political landscape in the country nhas become

'My first trip was to South Sudan, my second was to Egypt,' said Khartoum's new top diplomat

A month into his inauguration, Biden finally spoke to Netanyahu

The road to reviving nuclear diplomacy with Iran appears to be full of challenges

Despite reviving memories of the Gezi Park protests of 2013, the current student protests in Turkey can hardly be as significant

Biden addressed the AU summit, saying the US 'is committed to rebuilding our partnerships around the world and re-engaging with international institutions like the African Union'

The protests in the Lebanese city of Tripoli against the lockdown designed to halt the spread of the Covid-19 are unlikely to spread to the rest of the country

Do last week’s bombings in Baghdad signal a re-eruption of the war against the Islamic State group in Iraq

The spokesperson argued the only way the border conflict can be solved is through resorting to technical committees that will handle the demarcation process

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