Wednesday,21 February, 2018
Current issue | Issue 1381, (15 - 21 February 2018)
Wednesday,21 February, 2018
Issue 1381, (15 - 21 February 2018)

Ahram Weekly


Al-Ahram Weekly talks to Benedict Okey Oramah, chairman of the board of the African Export-Import Bank about how Africa could take advantage of its economic opportunities and assesses what Egypt must do to ensure that its economic ties live up to its political and historical ties

How does Egypt’s Overseas Radio Service address the African countries

Al-Ahram Weekly sheds light on the role Al-Azhar plays across the African continent

The Egyptian Coptic Orthodox Church has always played a major role in spreading Christianity

Egypt was the gateway through which filmmaking came to the African continent, and

Egypt’s balance of trade with Russia is massively in Russia’s favour, yet Russia

Desalinated seawater would not be economically viable for Egypt and would not solve

The battle against Islamic State in Iraq is a war no one can win, and there is another

Proposals to develop the Nile between the Great Lakes Region of Africa and the Mediterranean

Egypt must be clear about its rights and resist Ethiopian arguments regarding the

The Islamic State terrorist group has long been able to call upon significant numbers

Government agricultural policies run the risk of flouting the Egyptian constitution

Nesmahar Sayed speaks to veteran Egyptian army officer Adel Massoud about his

Nesmahar Sayed speaks to veteran Egyptian army officer Adel Massoud about his

By Gamal Abdel-Nasser

In the changing vicissitudes of regional and international orders, Egypt remains

The nationalisation of the Suez Canal marked the end of a 200-year war, one that

Salah Issa reviews the July Revolution’s achievement in the years separating

Sixty years on, four main lessons may be learned from the events surrounding the

Former Indian prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru’s intervention in Egypt’s

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