Ghassan Charbel

Ghassan Charbel

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

Writer Articles

Two Men from Outside the Box

One must be cautious before jumping to conclusions.

Restoring the Iraqi Equation

A long list of difficult files awaits the new Iraqi government, whose birth seems challenging.

He Does Not Like the Sight of Coffins and yet…

Russian President Vladimir Putin hates the sight of Russian coffins coming from Syria.

The Battle against Iran’s Behavior

A new difficult and decisive chapter in American-Iranian ties, which have been thorny for four decad

Iraqis’ Chance to Regain Their Country

It is not about the name of the Iraqi prime minister, despite its importance.

This is My Country, Oh Hell!

Whenever an Iraqi, Libyan or Lebanese told me that he had returned to his country so as not to die i

Kim the Playmaker

The football World Cup will take place this year and fans of the game are highly anticipating the Ru

When the Writer Apologizes

The story began in September 2015, when waves of Syrian refugees poured into Germany and I went to c

Restoring the Initiative and the Hijacked Files

Whenever I pack my suitcase to cover an Arab summit, I remind myself of the essence of my profession

Save Your Grandchildren, Don’t Avenge Your Ancestors

On the way from San Francisco to Paris, questions hunt you no matter how hard you try to escape: Whe

Men Who Do Not Know the World

The world is changing at a remarkable pace and time is merciless.

A Natural Part of the World

It was indeed an exceptional occasion.

James Bond in Stalin’s Bed

If British intelligence officer Ian Fleming were fated to live during our time, he would have discov

Partnerships in Battles of the Future

Britain sought to show exceptional attention to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s visit to Lo

The Hour of the Strong Man

The belief has been that the age of the strong leaders ended with the past century.

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