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Abdulrahman Al-Rashed

Abdulrahman Al-Rashed

Abdulrahman Al-Rashed is the former general manager of Al-Arabiya television. He is also the former editor-in-chief of Asharq Al-Awsat, and the leading Arabic weekly magazine Al-Majalla. He is also a senior columnist in the daily newspapers Al-Madina and Al-Bilad.

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Houthi Attacks and Iranian Threats Poised to Escalate

On Saturday, 10 explosive drones targeted the Shaybah oil field and a refinery in eastern Saudi Arab

Southern Yemenis and the Jeddah Meeting

In a frightening moment last week, we found ourselves faced with another serious crisis in the regio

Aden and the Battle on Eid’s Eve

Amid the blessings of Eid, the emotional behavior of Yemen’s Southern Transitional Council (STC) alm

Between Two Wars: Yemen and Afghanistan

There are no beautiful wars in the world; all are ugly.

Four Exciting Years in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia today is very different from what it was just a few years ago.

Qatar’s Constant Attempts to Sow Discord between Riyadh, Abu Dhabi

Has the UAE government really changed its stance on the Iran boycott and withdrawn from the Saudi-Ba

Gulf Confrontation a Battle of Nerves

With assaults, tanker hijackings, threats to navigation and drone attacks, it is not easy to keep yo

The Plan Against Iran is Working

Everything seems to be going according to plan so far — this is if we assume that there is actually

What Will Iraqis Do After the Storming of the Bahrain Embassy?

The storming of the Bahraini Embassy in Al-Mansour in Baghdad, which is supposed to be one of the mo

War with Iran Remains the Last Resort

I am an ardent advocate of pressuring the Iranian regime to change its policies; or, in the case of

Elections Can Spare Sudan From Divisions

Two dates this year changed the political scene in Sudan. The first was Jan.

Makkah Will Change Forever

Little has been said about a program called Service of the Guests of Allah, one of the most visionar

Beijing, Washington and the Policy of Neutrality

The dispute over the Huawei communications network is just one battle in a major dispute between Chi

Lawmakers Show US Appetite for Confrontation

Some believe that the Americans no longer have an appetite for confrontation; but this is not what w

Nile Neighbors’ Relations Return to Normal

Sudan’s hostility toward Egypt, which lasted more than 20 years, has finally ended.


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