Saturday,19 January, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1426, (17 - 23 January 2019)
Saturday,19 January, 2019
Issue 1426, (17 - 23 January 2019)

Ahram Weekly


Social-networking sites and other forms of new media have brought enormous changes to the traditional media landscape, transforming politics, the economy and society. But as well as serving as a means of liberation, they can also be used for social and political control, writes Ammar Ali Hassan

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

The 30 June 2013 Revolution that ended Muslim Brotherhood rule in Egypt is the best

While some Muslim Brotherhood members today are calling for a return to the ideas

The attitude of the Muslim Brotherhood towards its female members has always swung

Despite long historical ties, the border between Egypt and Sudan remains an issue

While Egypt has firmed up security on its western border, the crisis in Libya sustains

Of all of Egypt’s borders, the northeast border with Gaza/Israel remains the

How has China managed to become the driving force of the global economy in just the

From the archives: 50 years of Palestinian dispossesion

Mai Samih finds out how developed countries are helping developing ones adapt to climate change

Young people from 14 Arab countries convened this month to find solutions to the

Suez Canal University celebrated its Sixth Environment Week this week, reports Mahmoud Bakr

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