Tuesday,18 June, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1446, (13 - 19 June 2019)
Tuesday,18 June, 2019
Issue 1446, (13 - 19 June 2019)

Ahram Weekly


As Egypt marks the centenary of the 1919 Revolution this year, the story of women in the revolution has yet to be fully told, writes Dina Ezzat


The 1919 Revolution was as much a cultural and intellectual as a political movement,

Egypt is committed to working with its African partners to upgrade security capacities,

Doaa El-Bey assesses the challenges awaiting Egypt during its year-long chairmanship

Haitham Nouri examines six decades of Egyptian-African relations

Trade between Egypt and African states is not proportionate to the size of the African

Although Egypt has hosted the Africa Cup of Nations four times, the government promises

The African Space Agency will be headquartered in Egypt, reports Reem Leila

China is by far the strongest player in Africa, writes Haitham Nouri

In a recently published book, Helmi Shaarawi, a leading Egyptian expert on Africa,

What are the prospects for peacekeeping on the African continent in the light of

While Sudan’s Al-Bashir seeks regional support, the problems he faces in Sudan

Social-networking sites and other forms of new media have brought enormous changes

Dina Ezzat and photographer Sherif Sonbol visit the three Suez Canal cities in search

Europe’s view of the Arabs today is rooted in the worst of feelings —

Samir Sobhi looks at transformations in the Egyptian press and makes some predictions

What are the implications of the New Cold War between the United States, Russia and

As the world continues to be fascinated by the football World Cup, what are the connections

Egypt’s 30 June Revolution put paid to the political ambitions of the Muslim

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