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Current issue | Issue 1341, (20 - 26 April 2017)
Thursday,27 April, 2017
Issue 1341, (20 - 26 April 2017)

Ahram Weekly

Hany Ghoraba

The writer is a political analyst, writer and author of Egypt’s Arab Spring and Winding Road for Democracy.

In the wake of the terrorist attacks on two churches in Egypt earlier this month, laws hindering the

Trump’s air strikes constitute a victory for US neocons, who turned a non-interventionist president

Some commentators have been urging reconciliation with the Muslim Brotherhood, but this would be a s

President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi’s upcoming visit to Washington will see pressure for listing the Musl

From “zero problems” to zero friends, Turkey’s Erdogan is an international and regional liability wh

Once the Middle East’s flourishing democracy, Turkey under Erdogan is lost in a sea of tyranny and p

When politics enters a field where it ought not to be, the result is almost always negative. A case

The resurgence of right-wing fascism in Europe and the United States is not to be underestimated or

Wahhabi and Salafist fanaticism had a tremendously negative effect on Egyptian society. Only a thoro

The latest report of Human Rights Watch opposing an anticipated ban on the Muslim Brotherhood by the

Recep Tayyip Erdogan is joining the ranks of lamentable megalomaniacs like Gaddafi and Saddam, leadi

The audacity of outgoing US president Barack Obama was not simply about promising what he could not

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