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Current issue | Issue 1148, 16 - 22 may 2013
Wednesday,13 December, 2017
Issue 1148, 16 - 22 may 2013

Ahram Weekly

WORLD

When conscience demands action, nothing can stand in its way. This, the Israeli occupation of Palestine can never understand, writes Bill Dienst

The government of Jordan must act decisively or face a motion of no-confidence in parliament, writes Khetam Malkawi

The AKP’s “zero problems” foreign policy has crashed on the rocks of Ankara’s ambitious plans in Syria and Kurdish Iraq, says Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Apart from anger, Al-Maliki does not seem to have a strategy to deal with the PKK’s deployment in northern Iraq, writes Salah Nasrawi

Ostensibly aimed at pushing out of politics Gaddafi regime remnants, Libya’s new political isolation law is a boon for the country’s ascendant Islamist forces, writes Kamel Abdallah

The US and Russia have announced an international conference on the Syria crisis at the end of the month, but the obstacles to a negotiated solution may yet prove implacable, writes

Israeli military leaders are pushing decision-makers to use the chaos of civil war in Syria to pursue an agenda of partitioning the state, writes Saleh Al-Naami

Hassan Nasrallah’s latest speech was loaded with messages pointing to significant strategic rebalances in the northern front of the Arab-Israeli conflict, Omayma Abdel-Latif

The rise of cricketer Khan and the resurgence of the Muslim League is Pakistan’s version of the Arab Spring, notes Eric Walberg

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