Saturday,16 December, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1373, (14 - 20 December 2017)
Saturday,16 December, 2017
Issue 1373, (14 - 20 December 2017)

Ahram Weekly

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Sep 27 2017 11:08AM

President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi’s call for a revived peace process between the Israelis and Palestinians signals that Egypt will spare no effort in furthering peace in the region, writes Hany Ghoraba

Aug 22 2017 11:53PM

This week’s Cairo meeting between the foreign ministers of Egypt Jordan and Palestine attempted to push forward the peace process, reports Doaa El-Bey

May 30 2017 8:12PM

Did US President Donald Trump’s first foreign tour advance the cause of peace between the Palestinians and the Israelis, asks Hussein Haridy

Feb 21 2017 11:11PM

Should the Palestinians worry about Trump’s dismissal of the foundation of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process

Nov 8 2016 3:23PM

Whoever walks into the White House in January is unlikely to make progress in the Middle East peace process in the next four years, even if they care to try, writes Hussein Haridy

Aug 15 2016 11:47PM

Thoughtful engagement is what is needed to reactivate the peace process between the Israelis and Palestinians, as Norway demonstrated in the early 1990s, writes Al-Sayed Amin Shalaby

Jun 21 2016 9:48PM

Egyptian and European efforts to restart the peace process in the region continued this week, reports Doaa El-Bey

Jun 7 2016 7:50PM

Diplomatic moves aimed at “reviving the peace process” are an attempt to take advantage of Arab and Palestinian weakness and could deliver a deathblow to the Palestinian cause, writes Hassan Nafaa

Jun 7 2016 6:44PM

The French are pushing an initiative to restart the Middle East peace process. But Paris’s calls for negotiations are falling on deaf ears in Tel Aviv, writes Hussein Haridy

Jun 1 2016 2:56PM

Regional and international actors are preparing to meet in Paris to kick-start the Middle East peace process, but Netanyahu is not playing ball, writes Ahmed Al-Sayed in Gaza

Jun 1 2016 2:54PM

Arab and international meetings designed to push forward the Palestinian-Israeli peace process have little, if any, chance of success,
writes Dina Ezzat

May 26 2016 5:51PM

Egypt is hosting representatives of Islamic Jihad as part of a series of meetings with Palestinian factions geared towards pushing the peace process forward, reports Ahmed Eleiba

May 26 2016 4:59PM

With the French initiative on the Middle East peace process roundly rejected by Israel’s Netanyahu, prospects for peace appear close to zero, writes Ahmed Eleiba

Apr 5 2016 10:12PM

Paris’s proposal to organise an international conference to kick-start the Middle East peace process has been met with silence in Israel and some scepticism among analysts, writes Ahmed Al-Sayed in Gaza

Dec 30 2015 3:54PM

The notion of a political settlement for Syria lacks credibility; realities on the ground won’t allow it, writes Gareth Porter

Oct 6 2015 11:42PM

At this year’s UN General Assembly, the issue of Palestine was barely mentioned. So much for the peace process, writes James Zogby

Sep 8 2015 10:47PM

Analysts say Turkey must include Kurdish groups and recognise wider issues across the region in order to restore the peace process, writes Arwa Ibrahim

Sep 8 2015 10:46PM

BDS activism is a real alternative to the see-no-evil posturing of governments when it comes to Israel and the peace process, writes Richard Falk

Aug 4 2015 9:41PM

Erdogan’s thirst for power has led him to roll back peace process gains with the Turkish republic’s most intractable dilemma: the Kurds, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Mar 26 2015 10:55AM

What astute observers have long known, Binyamin Netanyahu has made crystal clear: the peace process is dead, from Israel’s side. What will the West do now, asks James Zogby

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