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Current issue | Issue 1127, 20 - 26 December 2012
Friday,22 February, 2019
Issue 1127, 20 - 26 December 2012

Ahram Weekly


Yemen has suffered more than $22 billion in economic losses since the 2011 revolution

In Yemen there was no revolution produced by the so-called Arab Spring, bemoans Nasser Arrabyee

Lassaad Ben Ahmed reviews how the economy of the first Arab Spring country has held up so far

Turkish views of the uprisings and ongoing unrest in the Arab world, especially in Egypt, have gone from approval to alarm, notes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Nearly two years into the Syrian uprising, the country’s economy is in free-fall and some 40,000 civilians are believed to have been killed, writes Bassel Oudat in Damascus

What initially started in Syria as a simple and strong popular call for democracy has degenerated tragically into a chaotic conflict that is inches short of civil war, writes Hamza Al-Mustafa

Syria’s opposition has admitted to making mistakes on the road to revolution, writes Bassel Oudat in Damascus

Two years after the January Revolution, Tunisians are feeling increasingly disenchanted with the country’s Islamist-led government, writes Lassaad Ben Ahmed in Tunis

Libya has been torn by the ambitions and limitations of last year’s revolution, writes Hassan Al-Kashawy

For better or worse, the ghost of Gaddafi, the Abu Shafshufa or Fuzzhead in colloquial Libyan Arabic, hovered over Libya in 2012. But the glimmers of a new Libya proved to be something

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