Saturday,17 November, 2018
Current issue | Issue 1418, (15 - 21 November 2018)
Saturday,17 November, 2018
Issue 1418, (15 - 21 November 2018)

Ahram Weekly


Commemorative events have already started in many European countries to mark the outbreak of the First World War. But few of them are looking at its Middle Eastern course and consequences, writes David Tresilian

Social justice was a main demand of the 25 January Revolution, but revolutionary

The government has been taking the side of capital against labour for the past

Three years after the 25 January Revolution we are in a different world, a different

Egypt’s Nubians are divided over the country’s new constitution that

Turkey’s relations with Syria have been falling to pieces since the beginning

The deaths of more than 300 migrants hoping to enter the European Union late last

Train travel in Egypt was once a fast and comfortable experience, but today it

In today’s polarised social and political landscape, Egypt’s media

The pressures on Egypt’s agricultural land from population growth, climate

The question of whether Egypt is now on the road to democracy has given rise to

America’s rhetoric on promoting democracy has not been matched by its actions

Medical shortages have reportedly been putting patients’ lives at risk,

Foreign fighters flowing into Syria have inflamed long-dormant tensions during

The issue of the subsidies on basic goods and commodities in Egypt has plagued

Identifying Turkey with its current government could prompt many Egyptians to

Poverty rates in Egypt have risen since the 25 January Revolution, forcing a rethink

Will the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood be able to take over the country after the

With pressure mounting for Western military intervention in the Syrian conflict,

The Arab League gives a tacit but not overt nod for US strikes on Syria, Dina

Lebanese-American scholar Randa Slim tells Amira Howeidy that while the outcome

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