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Ghassan Charbel

Ghassan Charbel

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

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Beware of Sick Maps

The story of sick maps becomes painful when they choose to wait for a doctor from overseas and for t

An American Vaccine for the Middle Eastern Patient

Joe Biden does not need anyone to explain to him the story of the storms that blew over the world an

Yemen, the Decision-Maker and the Proxy

Years ago in Paris, Abdel Halim Khaddam was defending the image of al-Assad the father as if he was

The Story of A Man Who Played With Bombs

There is no excuse for all this shouting. There is no point in weeping.

A Drop of Vaccine, a Drop of Hope

We are tired of counting the losses and updating the toll of casualties and new infections.

The Art of Turning Maps Into Papers

President Ali Abdullah Saleh said: “Now that we are done with the interview, I want to ask you a que

The White House in the Time of Coronavirus

This is the week of the viewer.

A Loud Farewell to the Soloist

Journalists are evil by nature. They hunt for intense news and tragedies of states or individuals.

The ‘Crescent General’ and Regional Change

Iran is counting the days for when Donald Trump leaves the White House.

The Year of the Pandemic … Good Riddance

The computer is better than a human being.

It Is the Third World War

World War III did not take place. The world has not lost its senses.

Coups, Solutions and Guarantees

The Middle East is a land of coups and coup attempts.

Did The Rules of The Game Change?

Did the “great coup” program that Iran launched four decades ago clash with the international and re

Iran and the Absence of Red Lines

The moment he received the news of the killing of scientist Fakhrizadeh, the “black box” of the nucl

The Riyadh Summit and The Post-Coronavirus Phase

The pandemic has devastated a world that used to think that killer viruses were part of the past.

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