Abdel-Moneim Said's Articles

Abdel-Moneim Said takes stock of recent Arab summits

Abdel-Moneim Said celebrates a new book

Abdel-Moneim Said recalls the Singaporean leader Lee Yuan Yew

In a few days, the war in Ukraine will have entered 2023, with no victory or defeat in sight for either side, and no negotiations to offer or eliminate hope of an end to the fighting.

Abdel-Moneim Said discusses the Arab-China summit.

Abdel-Moneim Said analyses the positions of the four leaders in the eye of the storm.

Abdel-Moneim Said flits across the region

The world today is so complex that neither angels nor devils will find it easy to tell opportunities apart from dangers. Still, there are three evident truths we cannot ignore.

In the wake of COP27, Abdel-Moneim Said comments on the Western image of Arabs

Periodic elections are supposed to make it possible to change those in power according to commonly accepted procedures, something that may not always in fact be the case.

They say that every era has its own state and its own discourse. The former has to do with the movement of the universe and human affairs, violent and happy, tangible and intangible. The latter has to do with how people describe the times and the interplay of words and deeds, which often includes the use of arms.

They say that if a butterfly flutters its wings in Japan, the effect will be felt as far away as Mexico. In theory this is true. The impact of butterfly wing’s flap may be very faint in its immediate environment, but repetitive flaps create a cumulative and far-reaching effect.

Abdel-Moneim Said goes beyond the surface of the Ukraine war

Abdel-Moneim Said sets out the terms of the issue

Abdel-Moneim Said registers the phenomenon of developments that defy reason

The dichotomy of cooperation and conflict.

What kind of horrors will next winter bring?

A wave of alarm swept the Arab region late last month. Deadly violence broke out in the Green Zone in Baghdad and rival militias clashed in the Libyan capital at the same time.

Jared Kushner’s memoir attempts to set Trump’s record as a leader who had a big role to play in the US and its history despite his shortcomings.

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