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Ezzat Ibrahim explores a newly relevant term

Egypt's Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry emphasized on Tuesday that the anticipated elevation of the European Union’s relations with Egypt to a comprehensive strategic partnership reflects the recognition of the country’s role as a stabilizing force in a region marked by profound turbulence.

Not since the end of World War II has the world witnessed the kind of atrocities and massacres that occurred in the last three months of 2023.

Events in Israel this week have underlined the need for a long-term perspective in resolving the Palestinian-Israeli conflict as the only way to prevent a repetition of the violence of recent days.

Al-Ahram Weekly revisits the 18-day war, providing analyses of war tactics, assessing what the war achieved, and recording the accounts of surviving heroes.

Unheard of since World War II, military hostilities in the heart of Europe set the tone for a difficult year. From political polarisation to the economic fallout of a war on the heels of a pandemic, 2022 saw the whole world scrambling for cover

Egypt and the US have an enduring strategic relationship given Egypt’s nature as the cultural, historical and geographical centre of the Arab world, General Kenneth F. McKenzie, commander of the US Central Command (CENTCOM), said in an exclusive interview with Ahram Online.

The ambiguous nature of political, economic, and technological developments over the past 12 months has compounded the burdens shouldered by citizens around the world, and will continue to do so into 2022 and beyond.

What would have happened had the 30 June Revolution not occurred? Ezzat Ibrahim details some bleak scenarios

Should the Muslim Brotherhood be successful in promoting false ideas about its aims and methods to the new administration in Washington, this will only strengthen the threat of terrorism worldwide

The victory of a grassroots candidate in the recent parliamentary elections has brought hopes of greater maturity in the country’s political practice

The new Biden administration in the US needs to pursue positive relations with Egypt and to engage in constructive dialogue to reach joint understandings on common interests

The new Biden administration in the United States must not look to previous policies on the Middle East given the scale of the changes that have taken place in the region, writes Ezzat Ibrahim

How could US relations with Egypt and the Middle East change in the wake of this week’s US presidential elections, asks Ezzat Ibrahim

The current elections to Egypt’s House of Representatives indicate developments on the ground on which to build a renewed democratic path

America’s swing states will decide who will win the US presidential elections on 3 November, with both candidates now focusing their campaigns on winning over key constituencies

Could the upset that took place in the 2016 US presidential elections when Donald Trump won the presidency despite losing the popular vote happen again in November

Under heavy clamour in the international arena in 2019, the term “populism” came out of the domain of political science, and into the public sphere

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