Private planes, power and privilege
No need for a minister to go shopping for groceries, writes Edward Said; but what about those standing at the back?
Approaching the end of the line |
With Netanyahu's resounding fall, and Barak's success in forming something like a national unity government, the Arab-Israeli conflict has entered a new phase, writes Hassan Nafaa. Its outcome will cast a shadow over the region for years to come
Defining terrorism |
As a prerequisite for effectively combating terrorism, Mohamed Sid-Ahmed investigates the roots and significance of the phenomenon
A suspicious past,
an irrelevant future
Wahid Abdel-Meguid seeks the stereotypical businessman, and finds an unsavoury truth
By Salama Ahmed Salama
Coming home after any absence is a joy like no other. A tourist or a businessman may feel the same elation, but only if the first impression and the first interaction with the country of arrival or destination dissipates the sense of alienation
Settling with Sudan
Following Egypt's numerous overtures toward Sudan in recent months, it is time for Khartoum to take similar steps .
Although I never knew him personally, Abbas El-Aqqad had a profound impact on my life.