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Ghassan Charbel

Ghassan Charbel

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

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Education, Media, and Hate Mines

It is not surprising that the world gets shocked, angry and panicked.

A King in a Changing World

In 1999, the profession took me to two young Arab men for an interview.

Algeria: The Health of the President and Health of the Country

It is not unusual for a political ally or a decorated general to betray you.

Saudi Arabia, China and the Silk and Change Road

When Mohammed bin Salman was born in the summer of 1985, Xi Jinping was a 32-year-old youth who was

From 'Baghdadi’s State' to 'Lone Wolves'

The “State of Baghdadi” is expecting an imminent collapse. It was not destined to last.

Khomeini, the Revolution… the Iranian Citizen and the Mirror

At the age of 40, a man should stand in front of the mirror.

Bashir, Maduro, and the 'Pleasure of Being a Former President'

“A ruler’s best protection is to remain in office.

The Davos Forum and the Ethiopian Guest

Backwardness is not an inescapable fate.

The Conflict Over Iraq

Uncertainty is a permanent occupant in the Iraqi-Iranian relations.

A Region of Upheaval and Many Foreign Doctors

We do not know how Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi welcomed the New Year in his hideout.

The 'Big Battle' Was Not There

Syria’s internal war or other proxy wars that were launched on its territory have stolen the world’s

The Final Bullet

Here you are again standing at the end of the year. You have no choice but to turn the page.

Three Men And Three Scenes

Donald Trump arrived at the White House from outside the dictionary that gave birth to his predecess

Yemen and the Stockholm Window

Yemenis - regardless of the political side to which they belong - have no right to close the window

France is Confused in Ailing Europe

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


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