30 May - 5 June 2002
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Measuring the steps
President Mubarak's US visit will be essential in kick-starting the peace process and securing regional and international stability, writes Ibrahim Nafie

Getting the UN to act
Peace and war are less viable than ever, and the status quo unbearable. So what next, asks Hassan Nafaa

God and the cause
Following 11 September Islamist groups have tended to be lumped into a single amorphous mass. But differences abound, writes Diaa Rashwan

Terrorism: uses and abuses
As America defines and redefines 'terrorism' at will, and Israel seeks to violently impose its 'pax' on the Palestinians, it is still too early to drop the gun for the olive branch, argues Ayman El-Amir

Between America, Russia and Europe
Mohamed Sid-Ahmed wonders whether Russia or Europe will enjoy priority in America's new global strategy

Matters of principle
Restoring calm in the Middle East is possible but requires that the US take a critical look at how it deals with countries in the region, writes Gamil Mattar

Imperious blundering
The Bush Administration would do well to listen to the voice of the American people when formulating its Middle East policy, argues Fouad Moughrabi

Remedying neglect

Close up
Racism and revenge
By Salama A Salama

Contemporary media discourse
By Sayed Eleiwa

The president's visit
By Naguib Mahfouz

This week:
Marwan Barghouti

Cartoon by Gomaa

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