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.

Writer Articles

The Chinese Shift From Iran to the Gulf

Some enthusiastic tweets have lost their way after relying on fake information.

Chaos at the Iraqi Borders

An unusual summer in southern Iraq, hot weather, few hours of electricity a day after Iran had cut i

Let's Establish Bigger Enterprises

Successful countries are enterprise countries, such as Samsung in South Korea, Mercedes in Germany,

The Syrian ‘Deal of the Century’

Why is Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “very interested in the Trump-Putin summit?” It is

Daraa’s Displaced Heading towards Jordan and Israel

A quarter of a million Syrians have fled their homes in southwestern Syria amid ongoing battles by t

Iran and the Oil War

We can attribute most of the region’s wars, whether directly or indirectly, to the conflict over oil

Steering Saudis Toward a Brighter Future

To say that the Kingdom is a nation of a million Saudi drivers is not far from the truth.

Mohammed bin Salman and the End of a 70-year Ban

The ban on women driving in Saudi Arabia could have continued for another ten years, or even 20 year

Sports Between Politicization and Piracy

The region’s dispute over broadcasting the FIFA World Cup games has nothing to do with revenue or sp

Failure of the Settlement in Hodeidah

Although the US government rejected a few days ago an Emirati request to support the coalition, acco

Who’s Stopping the Hodeidah Assault?

After the forces of the Arab coalition and the Yemeni legitimacy reached the outskirts of Hodeidah’s

Did the Qatar Boycott Fail?

As part of a public relations campaign, a number of articles have been published since the boycott o

Jordan’s Protests: Economic or Political?

“The Arab Spring returns to the Arab streets” and “What’s happening in Jordan refutes the narrative

The Condition of Iran’s Withdrawal for Assad to Stay

The Khamenei and Assad regimes are seeking to achieve two objectives: keeping the Damascus regime in

Can Makkah Be Developed?

While on the plane on my way back to London, I noticed that half of the passengers had performed Umr


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