Opinion

When Tunisian President Kais Saied dismissed the country's prime minister and closed the Parliament, he said he was doing so to "restore social peace...and save the state."

The various nutrition advice of the scientific community is driving us up the wall.

Keeping up with developments in US-China relations.

We at FAO have already rolled up our sleeves and got down to the practical tasks of leading the implementation and driving the transformation.

The Arab world today is at a crossroads, with the transition to more open political systems looking possible in many of the Arab countries.

Egypt, France, and Greece are the three focal states in the new geopolitical architecture that is emerging in the Mediterranean and North Africa region

The AUKUS Agreement between the US, UK, and Australia opens vistas onto an intense New Cold War that is only just beginning

Every writer has a major weakness. Mine is a reluctance to write about other writers whom I knew personally on the occasion of their anniversary their birth or their death. If I plan to write at all.

25 years after I wrote my memo to Clinton, we have arrived at this sorry state of affairs. Israel, acting with impunity born of the neglect of Palestinian rights and the enabling hand of successive US presidents and Congresses

This unofficial correspondence between the president and ordinary people is a treasure.

The countdown to the early legislative elections in Iraq, scheduled for 10 October, began with the participation of the majority of parties and nationalities across the country. All of them target a majority of seats to form a government alone, which is difficult in the outcome of what the national consensus has decided since the 2005 constitution on the division of the three presidencies.

The decision by the US, the UK, and Australia to break the submarines deal with France has led to further fractures in the NATO alliance.

One of the king’s viewpoints is that no Arab vision can materialize without Egypt and that regional and international challenges cannot be overcome without the presence of Egypt assuming its natural role.

Music, art and cultural heritage in general have no value among Islamist sects, be they ISIS fanatics who beheaded Yazidi artists in Iraq and banned music in weddings and other social activities in Yemen, or Muslim Brothers who closed down the Opera House and fired its director when they came to power in Egypt.

A recent article in the New York Times on human rights in Egypt and the withholding of military aid fundamentally misconstrues Egypt’s record.

President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi’s speech at the UN General Assembly this month presented Egypt interacting effectively with allies in building a better world and a more secure and stable Middle East.

Discussing the possibility of drought in the Arab world.