Monday,17 June, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1321, (24 - 30 November 2016)
Monday,17 June, 2019
Issue 1321, (24 - 30 November 2016)

Ahram Weekly

60 years since the Suez War

Al-Ahram Weekly

This week, 60 years will have passed since Anglo-French warships were moving on Suez to complete the last phase of a war intended to reshape the Arab world. The fiasco, as far as the imperialist powers were concerned, that the Suez War turned out to be was a political victory for Egypt and the Arab world. Al-Ahram Weekly commemorates a crucial historical landmark that was to shake the world and revolutionise the region

Egypt is the issue

By Gamal Abdel-Nasser

Worlds transformed

In the changing vicissitudes of regional and international orders, Egypt remains a lynchpin, writes Hussein Haridy

Suez and the end of the 200- year war

The nationalisation of the Suez Canal marked the end of a 200-year war, one that aimed to subjugate Egypt and keep it under permanent colonial control, writes Hossam Issa

The July culture project

Salah Issa reviews the July Revolution’s achievement in the years separating the 1956 victory at Suez from the 1967 Suez defeat

What lessons now?

Sixty years on, four main lessons may be learned from the events surrounding the Suez crisis, writes Roger Owen

India and the Suez Crisis

Former Indian prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru’s intervention in Egypt’s support 60 years ago won his country global respect for putting non-alignment into practice, writes Swapna Kona Nayudu

Suez and Africa

The 1956 Tripartite Aggression against Egypt during the Suez Crisis had a tremendous impact on Africa, writes Gamal Nkrumah

Warships moving on Suez

Collusion: the Sèvres Protocol



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