Opinion

Football, the magical universal game in our contemporary world, represents an expression of the essence of competition among national teams, nations and countries, which are in the post-colonial stage of building the nation-state.

The slogan "Abu Dhabi Peace Forum", which was held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, UAE Minister of Foreign Affairs, was very successful.

After 30 years of diplomatic relations, Georgia – with its natural beauty and historic cities – offers plenty of opportunities for economic cooperation with Egypt.

The 27th session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27) at Sharm El-Sheikh drew to a close on Friday.

Mahmoud Mohieldin calls upon international development funding institutions to finance climate action projects through long-term facilitated loans extended to all low and middle income countries without exception

I was told many years ago about a common refrain in newsrooms: “If it bleeds, it leads”. In other words, the bloodier an event, the more prominent its place in the newspaper or bulletin.

As research from across the globe shows increasing threats to staple food yields from climate change, investment for climate adaptation must be guided by on-the-ground research from the real-world.

Trillions of dollars are going into sustainability innovation. Without help from digital technologies, they could be going to waste.

The world is worse off today than it was seven years ago when pledges and commitments to climate action and development were made. What COP27 can do to change course.

If we only float and are satisfied with that, we will certainly pay the price twice, first in inflation and secondly in not enjoying the returns on greater investment, tourism and export.

As the countdown begins to the 2022 UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) in Egypt’s “city of peace,” Sharm El-Sheikh, participants are preparing to discuss the important role of education in addressing the impacts of climate change.

The university has been and will continue to be a knowledge-intensive environment that fosters the development of the human capital represented by its students by sharing knowledge and the sciences.

Dear reader, if you are interested in international and global affairs, I invite you to read this article carefully in order to know what is happening now and how it will affect your future and the future of your children.

World leaders are scheduled to meet next month in the Egyptian resort town of Sharm El-Sheikh to attend the UN Climate Change Conference COP27 try to save the planet from the hazards of climate change.

The hope is to end this current war in Ukraine, but the reality is escalation and more tension between the west and Russia on the Ukrainian territories.

Sex is becoming a lucrative business. This is not new. For centuries women have either sold their bodies willingly or been forced to do it. In today's globalized economy, the negative associations of sex with adultery are largely overlooked.

Electric vehicles have many advantages, the top of which is that they have three times less emissions released by traditional vehicles.

On the 21st of September, 1991 Armenia regained independence. Since then, our country has constantly been among the states which contributeto a more equitable and peaceful world.

UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed and the EU Commissioner for Partnerships Jutta Urpilainen co-wrote about the need to take collective action on education and make concrete funding commitments, ahead of the Transforming Education Summit on Monday.

How do you stop a disease you cannot catch? This might sound like a trick question, but millions of lives could be saved around the world each year if more attention were given to answering it.