Sunday,19 May, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1340, (13 - 19 April 2017)
Sunday,19 May, 2019
Issue 1340, (13 - 19 April 2017)

Ahram Weekly


Reports on living conditions of Syrians inside the country are no longer relevant. The biggest dream of Syrians today is surviving at all

The political commotion in various Latin American nations does not prove that socialism does not work on the continent

Last week’s US air strikes against a Syrian airbase were designed to serve American interests and not those of the Syrian opposition

In its unexpected response to the use of chemical weapons in Syria last week the US may be seeking to reassert its leading role in the management of the crisis

From echoes of George Orwell’s 1984, domestic sentiment in the US has bowed to Trump’s “Wag the Dog” strikes on Syria

Iran has played down the impact of the US air strikes on Syria last week, despite its position as a major supporter of the Syrian regime

Trump appears open to another strike on Syria while the Arab League is looking the other way

Iraq’s Shia leaders have been left baffled by US President Donald Trump’s air strikes on Syria, feeling that they have been stuck in the middle of the crisis

Erdogan is pulling out all the stops to see through his plan to make Turkey a presidential system with him at the top. But he may have a nasty surprise in store

An ancient Chinese curse settled over the Trump administration at last week’s summit between the Chinese and US leaders in Florida

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