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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Idlib Awaits the Great Massacre

Militants in the Idlib province and its vicinity are sharpening their knives and cleaning their rifl

Saudi Arabia Appoints First Female Mayors

Focus and continuity are among the most important things people learn in their personal and professi

Amir Hatami in Syria: To stay or Withdraw?

Iran’s Minister of Defense Amir Hatami, whose visit to Damascus last week was interesting, spoke of

Trump and his Arab and Iranian Rivals

The joy expressed by media outlets affiliated with Iran and “Hezbollah” and Islamic groups that supp

Eid with Imran Khan

Pakistanis are celebrating Eid and a new prime minister.

Tiran’s Lessons From the Past

I recently spent a few days in the vicinity of Tiran Island, in the northern Red Sea at the mouth of

Hamas and the Five-year Deal

The truth is, I was surprised by Hamas this time, the organization and the governance, the language

Prisoners’ Diplomacy Between Turks, Americans

There are around 18 Americans in Turkey’s prisons and, in return, a prominent Turkish banker is impr

US Sanctions on Iran Now Include Gold, Carpets

The introduction of fresh US sanctions on Iran and the removal of Iranian oil exports from the globa

Why Trump Attacks His Allies

In the 17th Century, international relations foundations were laid in what was called the Peace of W

Iran’s attack on Bab al-Mandeb

Tehran’s regime is cunning, and this is what distinguishes it from other evil regimes like Saddam’s

Soleimani, Rouhani and the Lion’s Tail

General Qassem Soleimani, commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, sent a message to President Hass

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,

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