The EU is not a machiavellian monolith, writes Ibrahim Nafie, but a complex of conflicting interests
Settling old scores
Gamil Mattarsees ominous signs of the Pax Israeliana being put in place
The abduction of Kurdish leader Abdullah Ocalan by Turkish security forces has brought the Kurdish problem to the forefront of Middle-Eastern politics. Mohamed Sid-Ahmed discusses the implications of this development
Globalisation on human terms
Without social justice and democracy, there can be no survival in the new economic order. Taha Abdel-Alim on the lesson not learnt
By Salama Ahmed Salama
Meeting Mr Seipel
Anyone looking for evidence of oppression in Egypt will be hard pressed to find anything remotely resembling racial or religious persecution, or even legal discrimination on the grounds of sex or religion.
Banking on Europe
I met the late Fathi Ghanem for the first time in the '50s, when I was still holding my weekly gatherings at Casino Opera.
Forget the fine print