Ghassan Charbel

Ghassan Charbel

Ghassan Charbel is the editor-in-chief of Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper

Writer Articles

Victory under Threat in Syria

It is not enough to declare your victory.

Don’t Go to the Library

Don’t go to the library. This trip is a trap. The rich library is a strict court.

The Steel of Rockets Does Not Satiate us

The heat of revolts brings with it concerns.

2017 Passes as Fast as a Tweet

The year is bleeding its final days.

Russia and Messages of Power

The fate of this man concerns us. He is the leader of an important country.

Four Scenes from a Region in Turmoil

Four scenes from Sunday’s news have captured the attention of the Arab reader.

The Death of the Great Boxer

The Houthis immediately sensed the danger of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh abandoning the alli

The Houthi Train and Yemeni Facts

It was not strange for former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sense the need to abandon the t

The Battle of the Islamic World

The issue is simple and clear. You make your own destiny; otherwise, others will make it for you.

The 'Iranian Interference' Item

It is enough for Arab foreign ministers to open their world map to confirm that their emergency meet

The Missile and Thwarting the ‘Major Coup’

There is no mystery surrounding the identity of the missile that targeted Riyadh.

Hariri and the Doses of Poison

The Lebanese equation is very complicated. A thorny marriage and a forbidden divorce.

The Decision to Belong to the Age

In the past, we used to view China as being very far away from us geographically, but this has chang

Saudi Arabia’s Fresh Rhetoric

In a horribly fragmented Middle East, no two persons can meet without despair being the third in com

Jumping Off Maps is Forbidden

A stable Iraq, which comprises all the nation’s components, is needed at the Arab, regional and inte


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