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Monday, November 20,  2017
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Vira Nanivska

Simply pushing democracy in Arab nations will not transform these countries into democratic societies.  Revolution started in the streets, but without revolution in institutions, democracy turns into chaos

Karen Brooks

The challenges in front of Egypt are distinctly analogous to those Indonesia has faced, and Indonesia has been spectacularly successful with overcoming most of those challenges

Graeme Robertson

Arab autocrats may be tottering, 
but the world's tyrants aren't all quaking in their steel-toed boots

Zaid Al-Ali

Egypt and Iraq have many of the same basic needs.  The Iraqi experience has failed and Egypt should take stock and learn from that to avoid repeating the same fatal mistakes

Hussein Ibish

The Arab street most certainly exists – but it bears no resemblance to the bogeyman so long cultivated in the Western imagination

Maggie Mitchell Salem

What can be learned from Benjamin’s Netanyahu’s Washington visit - “How You Too Can Play the American Political Game"

Ed Husain

The Muslim Brotherhood is undeniably a part of that wider Arab population, and Washington should attempt to engage progressive and pragmatic strands within the movement

Peter Goldmark

I look at US history with the Shah of Iran, Duvalier père et fils, Saddam Hussein, and scores of others and ask myself: In the practical world of realpolitik, precisely what did we gain of value from supporting them?

Dana EyreandMark Linder

What on earth could a couple of "old hands" from the private sector in the US and UK possibly contribute to the formation of New Egypt?

Samer Salty

We are embarking on a new approach where leadership in the world will only be measured in terms of sustainability

Rants

There’s No Grey in Our Flag

 “In the land of all black and all white, shouting grey is blasphemy;” and there are 80 million shades of grey in Egypt. Continue Reading

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EDITORIAL

Editorial – The Nile

It’s simple really, if we don’t save the Nile, everything else we are debating, discussing, arguing about will be irrelevant. Continue Reading

An open letter to Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei

I have the greatest respect and admiration for you. We can never forget that it was your courage and foresight that called for change and a transition...  Continue Reading

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Mish Fahem?

Mish Fahem?

Mish Fahems are stand-alone cartoons interspersed throughout the paper that humorously raise a specific question or point out an apparent contradiction,...  Continue Reading

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Removing the word "civil" from the Constitution will result in
 A military state
 A theocratic (religious) state
 A civil state
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