Sunday,19 May, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1300, (16 - 22 June 2016)
Sunday,19 May, 2019
Issue 1300, (16 - 22 June 2016)

Ahram Weekly


Street protests in Iraq could provide the dynamic needed to dismantle sectarianism in the country and provide the opportunity for change, writes Salah Nasrawi

The project by Erdogan to put Turkey under his thumb rolls on. But when Erdogan arrived in Kentucky, aiming to grab the spotlight at Mohamed Ali’s funeral, things didn’t

Syria’s Kurds have been cooperating with competing parties in their efforts to secure an autonomous region in the country, but they would do better to return to the opposition

A year after the signature of the Iranian nuclear deal, Iran has failed to gain the trust of international investors, writes Camelia Entekhabifard

Characterising Iran’s leadership as moderate ignores its continuing human-rights abuses and support of oppressive leaders elsewhere, writes Mosa Zahed

In a first, the UN secretary-general has publicly admitted coming under pressure and removing the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen from a blacklist of children’s rights violators

Under President Buhari, steps have been taken towards reforming the armed forces. But presidential oversight is not the same as civilian oversight, a new ICG report underlines, writes

The occupation of Sunni cities by Kurdish and IRGC-run Shia militias will give Islamic State the ability to return soon, even if they are dislodged, writes Kyle Orton

Omar Mateen’s homophobic fling with the Islamic State emerged in the bowels of a national security complex dominated by the Christian Right, writes Nafeez Ahmed

Sunday’s heinous massacre in Orlando will set the tone of what remains of the US presidential campaign, and also the priorities of the next US administration come January,

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