Friday,27 April, 2018
Current issue | Issue 1391, (26 April - 2 May 2018)
Friday,27 April, 2018
Issue 1391, (26 April - 2 May 2018)

Ahram Weekly


The mind-set of senior officials and institutional interests in the United States will continue to impose severe limits on Obama’s diplomatic choices, writes Gareth Porter

Despite the current campaign against Iran, leading Western polling agencies unanimously

The US military has revealed its latest strategies to safeguard the global fossil-fuel

Mona Sewilam talks to experts John Rao Nyaoro and Khaled Abu Zeid about the controversial

Egypt’s bid for a proper parliament started in the nineteenth century, but

Mona Sewilam discusses the Nile Basin Initiative with its Executive Director John

Unpublished documents from the 1940s show that the Muslim Brotherhood has always

Egypt’s 19-century ruler, Said Pasha, was a great moderniser of his country,

As the debate over a re-evaluation of the Arab religious and cultural heritage

US diplomacy in the Middle East aims to avoid any recognition of the disparity

Thanks to its geographical location and entrepreneurial culture, Egypt is poised

While all monarchies have their problems, the behaviour of Egypt’s Queen

Al- Ahram Weekly provides a special analysis, coverage and interviews on Yemen

US President Barack Obama has consistently supported Israel throughout his two

In the wake of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s election victory,

A decade ago Egypt’s last queen died in seclusion, writes Samir Sobhi

Despite their minority status, Egypt’s Christians have played a crucial

We used to take it for granted that tomorrow would be better than today, but this

The media may be the country’s last line of defence, but who will defend

Tourism in Egypt is on the path to recovery despite all the challenges it has

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