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Current issue | Issue 1358, (24 August - 6 September 2017)
Wednesday,23 August, 2017
Issue 1358, (24 August - 6 September 2017)

Ahram Weekly

Salah Nasrawi

The Islamic State militant group may be on the wane in Iraq and Syria, but in order to defeat global

The countdown to a stand-off over the self-determination of Iraqi Kurdistan has begun and could be b

In seeking to normalise their relations, Iraq and Saudi Arabia recognise it is time to bury bitterne

A closer look at attempts by Iraq’s Shia ruling cliques to ditch sectarian politics reveals th

Corruption and a sect-based system allowing the unfair appropriation of public funds may be leading

As its self-proclaimed caliphate crumbles in Iraq, the focus has shifted to what the Islamic State t

As Mosul is liberated, many people seek to take credit for the victory, writes Salah Nasrawi

Iraq’s Sunni politicians are at last seeking to come together and choose new leadership, write

The Iraqi Kurds’ dream of independence has turned into a quixotic quest for glory by leader Ma

The crisis in the Gulf has sent shockwaves across the region and will test efforts to curtail Qatar’

  • 08-06-2017

The Crescent Road

Behind the struggle over the Iraqi-Syrian border lies a project for an Iranian-controlled land corri

  • 02-06-2017

Enough of Qatar

Much is known about the antipathy of the other Gulf states towards Qatar, but a squabble over a hack

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