'The gates of hell'
How will history judge a war the world opposed, asks Hani Shukrallah
'Up against chaos'
On the eve of an almost certain US military invasion of Iraq, Arab League Secretary-General Amr Moussa spoke to Dina Ezzat about Arab efforts to stop the war
The other America
The United States is not the monolith many Arabs presume it to be. It is more accurate, writes Edward Said , to apprehend America as embroiled in a serious clash of identities whose counterparts are visible as similar contests throughout the rest of the world
A world united against war
Ayman El-Amir believes that the way in which the US has handled the Iraq issue has severely weakened the very foundations of the United Nations
Tarek Hassan witnesses the last days of the Iraqi capital under Saddam Hussein
The morning after
Only hours away from an imminent military onslaught on Iraq, the question remains: who will rule after Saddam? Omayma Abdel-Latif reports
The US government is aiming at a nuclear 'strike-first policy' which could be directed against any potential adversary, writes Aziza Sami
Anger in the valley
On the eve of war against Iraq Soha Abdelaty finds provincial Egypt far from sleepy