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Current issue | Issue 1369, (16-22 November 2017)
Tuesday,21 November, 2017
Issue 1369, (16-22 November 2017)

Ahram Weekly

Tewfick Aclimandos

The writer is a professor of international relations at the Collège de France and a visiting professor at Cairo University.

It is better to have a bad debate than no debate at all, writes Tewfick Aclimandos

What is the proper relationship between the passions and reason in politics, asks Tewfick Aclimandos

As the world globalises and becomes more complex, leaders are spurred, ironically, to fall back on c

Aiming at zero-risk foreign policy is a very risky choice, as the record of former US president Bara

In the mid-1980s, some Western scholars were worried about re-Islamisation in the Arab world, someth

The bias towards Political Islam in Western academic circles is due to a variety of influences, writ

Western scholars have put forward various explanations for the longevity of the former Mubarak regim

Did the experts really fail to predict the Arab Spring, asks Tewfick Aclimandos

We have much to learn about the region from at least some Western scholars, writes Tewfick Aclimando

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How scholars read

It is impossible to keep track of all the books being produced today, explaining the growth of acade

Strong leaders often create headaches for their successors, whether in Europe or the Arab world, wri

Playing the blame game on terrorism can at least help us to grasp the complexities of the problem, w

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