Salman Al-dossary

Salman Al-dossary

Salman Aldosary is the former editor-in-chief of Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper

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The Absent Truth in Khashoggi’s File

The world has never seen a highly controversial case as that of the disappearance of colleague Jamal

Saudi Arabia and The US: A Peer-to-Peer Relationship

Throughout his 2016 presidential campaign, US President Donald Trump toured various states, launchin

UN Organizations… The Failure Continues

The Yemeni crisis is not only a military war between the two sides of the conflict.

Bahrain’s Hezbollah and The Iranian Failure

For nearly four decades, Iranian attempts have not stopped to simulate the Lebanese Hezbollah experi

Are Saudis Dreaming?!

Growing unprecedentedly, patriotism has been an exceptional highlight for Saudis celebrating their 8

The Rehabilitation of the Horn of Africa

The Horn of Africa has always been the most tense, least stable and most attractive to external inte

UN Failure in Geneva

United Nations efforts to get Yemeni consultations up and running have once again been thwarted by H

Before Basra’s Destruction

Throughout history, early civilizations emerged on the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers.

Europe’s Walkout on Iran

Initial statements made by Paris, London and Berlin on the need to work around a United States exit

Iran and the Misleading Internet Propaganda

Not only have the US sanctions besieged the Iranian regime, as Internet giants interfered to stop Te

Washington’s Sanctions and Tehran’s Empty Threats

After much shouting and howling, many empty threats and 17 days since the first batch of re-imposed

Turkey: Economic Crisis or Conspiracy?

Six weeks after Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s re-election as president, the Turkish lira is witnessing an u

Hassan Nasrallah’s Drama

From his secret basement, and with the same loud tone, Hassan Nasrallah came out again.

The Washington Post's Take on Saudi Arabia!

At its core, the Saudi-Canadian recently erupted conflict is not as much about “human rights,” as it

August 6: The End of the War of Words

When the clock strikes midnight tonight, the war of words between Washington and Tehran will be repl

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