Driven to Davos
Uncle Sam refuses to be everyone's favourite aunt Sally, writes Gamal Nkrumah
Iraq hijacks WEF
Debate over Iraq has consumed the World Economic Forum, reports Dina Ezzat
'Hear her breathe'
Impending war and the triumph of Lula's Workers Party in Brazil set the stage for this year's World Social Forum, writes Hani Shukrallah from Porto Alegre
A plea for Muslim unity
Speaking to Gamal Essam El-Din in Cairo before he left for the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Asia's most strident voice, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed, described the United States as 'the man with the biggest club'
A call for trust
President of the World Economic Forum Klaus Schwab spoke to Reda Helal about Davos 2003, about building trust between the West and the Islamic world, the possible war in Iraq, and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict