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Current issue | Issue 1345, (18 - 24 May 2017)
Wednesday,24 May, 2017
Issue 1345, (18 - 24 May 2017)

Ahram Weekly

Abdel-Moneim Said

The writer is chairman of the board, CEO and director of the Regional Centre for Strategic Studies.

Riyadh doesn’t so much crown as begin a new departure in international relations, one that should be

While only recently it appeared that the resurgence of rightist nationalism was inexorable, liberali

Trump thinks Middle East peace may be easier to attain than others have thought. He fails to account

Federalism is viewed with suspicion in the Arab world as a waypoint towards fragmentation. But perha

A melding of socialism and nationalism defined the basis of the Arab state in the late 20th century.

  • 21-04-2017

Splintered glass

Only a federated Syria can stop the country’s attrition towards total chaos, writes Abdel-Moneim Sai

Syria looks set to be locked between two withering forces: The US and its regional allies, on the on

  • 07-04-2017

EU divorce

Brexit has begun in earnest. But it is unlikely to be the beginning of a new life for either the UK

  • 31-03-2017

Summit message

Western moves to block or regulate travellers from Arab states are an indication of Western biases a

  • 24-03-2017

New Arabism

However difficult it may be to realise, the Arabs need a new collective security order

  • 17-03-2017

Washington tales

Trump has already demonstrated that he is a force to be reckoned with, and the Arabs should take not

Does the rise of the ultra right presage the end of the era of liberalism that declared its own triu

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