Sunday,18 February, 2018
Current issue | Issue 1381, (15 - 21 February 2018)
Sunday,18 February, 2018
Issue 1381, (15 - 21 February 2018)

Ahram Weekly

Tewfick Aclimandos

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

Despite the recent US air strikes in Syria, the Trump administration’s policies on the conflict have

Blindness, hatred and euphoria may explain Western reactions to the civil war in Syria, writes Tewfi

In an interconnected world could less really count for more even for the United States

If global power is no longer vertical, but horizontal, and the important thing is to be at the centr

America’s political culture and social structure should enable it to make the most of the new connec

Do America’s problems stem from its political system and in-fighting among the country’s elites

Is the American empire going the way of the former British empire and entering into a period of irre

The situation is becoming clearer with just weeks to go before the first round of the French preside

How does the US compare to China

The idea of US decline may be no more real this time round than it was in the 1970s, writes Tewfick

The liberal world order may be in crisis, but there are no better options with which to replace it

To what extent should Western leaders cooperate with Russian President Vladimir Putin

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