Ghassan Charbel

Ghassan Charbel

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

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France is Confused in Ailing Europe

In democracies, public opinion is a reckless and insidious horse.

Argentina’s Summit and the Winds of Realism

It was natural for the world to follow with interest the proceedings of the G20 summit that was held

Dictionaries, Rockets and Towers

Belonging to an era is not like going to the movies.

The Rain, the Decline and the Wasted Time of Our Lives

Everyone has a story he loves to tell, even to a passing stranger.

A Story of a World That Fails to Learn

It is the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918.

Iran and The Winds of Trump

Donald Trump is demanding the Iranian regime to do what it is unable to achieve or to respond to.

Syria's Solution Rug

Weaving a political solution in Syria requires strenuous and creative efforts that almost need a mir

The Painful Incident and The Choice of Accountability

In the life of states, as in the life of individuals, there are days that carry difficult or painful

Khashoggi’s Disappearance: The Truth and The Settling of Scores

The case of the disappearance of colleague Jamal Khashoggi has occupied old and new media platforms.

Abdul Mahdi and the Iraqi Fireball

A few months ago, no one expected that Adel Abdul Mahdi would be asked to form the Iraqi government,

The Stars of the International Clinic

Small nations are mistaken if they come to the United Nations with an illusion that the internationa

The Iranian 'Surgeon' Is Also Ill

This month saw two events related to the Iranian “prestige”.

Jeddah Summit: Prosperity Protects Stability

It is a gift from geography for your country to enjoy a strategic location that affects trade moveme

From September 11 to the Russian Leader

Time is a fast-running thief. Suddenly events become far and surrounded with fog.

Iraq and the Fall of the Tango

I telephoned the Iraqi politician and he knew the purpose.


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