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

Iraqi President in Riyadh

The aspirations of Iraq and Saudi Arabia for bilateral relations fluctuate wildly from a high of hop

Expectations on the Khashoggi Case

The murder of Jamal Khashoggi is a complicated case from different angles.

Arabs and World War I Centenary

Around half a million Arabs fought in World War I which ended 100 years ago.

The Second Chapter of Trump’s Presidency

There are two long years left in the fast-paced world of US President Donald Trump’s administration.

The Three Stances Nations Have Taken on Khashoggi

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, came to Riyadh

Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Leadership

Leadership is an old and ongoing tale in the imagination of the media, but leadership is a result, n

What Next After Netanyahu’s Visit to Muscat?

The nonchalant reactions of the Arab public and media to the Omani announcement that they received I

Riyadh's FII and the Boycott

The recent boycott protesting over the Khashoggi crisis ironically targets Saudi programs that are c

Iran’s Gains Amid the Khashoggi Crisis

Since the start of the crisis over Jamal Khashoggi’s murder, Iran has avoided making any official co

The Cost and Consequence of the Khashoggi Crisis

I had written this article before Saudi Arabia made its announcement of the death of fellow colleagu

How the Media Killed Khashoggi

The region is rippled with confrontations; some on the military level and others that represent an e

Welcoming Iraq’s New Appointments

According to the political norms of the new Iraqi system implemented since 2006, the majority of the

Iran Awaits Magical Solution to US Oil Sanctions

Iran currently has a fleet of supertankers roaming the seas, in what looks like the “last six weeks

Reconciling with Qatar

The issue that was absent during the UN’s annual political season and its activities this year, but

Washington to Europe: We Forbid You

This is the first American-European confrontation of its kind and the reason is Iran.


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