FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Over the July 19th-21st weekend protests in Hong Kong continued for the 4th straight week. On July 21st, a mob of masked “pro-Government mobsters,” wearing...

Vying for wider regional influence, Turkey is purposely prolonging Libya’s eight-year civil war, writes senior political analyst at Al-Ahram Centre for Political...

Saudi Arabia’s media has designated Turkey as an unsafe location due to rising petty crime aimed at Saudi citizens and gun violence, as part of a move by...

“If Turkey does not bear this issue [of irregular migrants] with determination, no government in Europe will be able to withstand this wave for more than...

Qatar on Sunday called on all parties to exercise restraint amid the recent developments in the Strait of Hormuz. “The state of Qatar stresses the need to...

After years of underperformance, gold prices witnessed a historic breakout of $1,350 an ounce in June, breaking away from a six-year-long range of $1,200-$1,300. Gold...

The government of China rolled out the red carpet on Monday for the state visit of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi...

The British government issued a travel warning for Egypt on Saturday citing a “heightened risk of terrorism against aviation,” as British Airways and German...

The first meeting of the Governmental Council for Foreign Affairs and Defense (KYSEA) under the new government was concluded just before the earthquake that...

Egyptian lawyer Tarek Mahmoud filed a case with the Administrative Court in Cairo on Saturday demanding the cancellation of trade agreements between Egypt and...