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Rami G. Khouri
Rami G. Khouri

Rami G. Khouri is senior public policy fellow and professor of journalism at the American University of Beirut, non-resident senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School, and an internationally syndicated columnist.

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How humiliation is fuelling the Arab street

07 October, 2019

Comment: For too long, government disdain for citizens' rights and needs has generated daily humiliation, degradation and helplessness among ordinary Arab citizens, writes Rami Khouri.

Saudi crown prince’s bizarre, destructive world revealed in interview

30 September, 2019

Comment: On Khashoggi, Yemen and Iran, Mohammed bin Salman repeated old and meaningless policy positions that have been catastrophic for the region, writes Rami Khouri.

The dangerous new landscape of Arab-Israeli warfare

26 August, 2019

Comment: Israel's string of attacks on foes in different countries highlights a disturbing trend towards warfare involving myriad groups armed with advancing technological capabilities, writes Rami Khouri.

US-Taliban talks expose the madness of America's counter-terrorism strategy

14 August, 2019

Comment: After wasting trillions and causing irreparable damage, Washington decided to give negotiations a chance in Afghanistan, exposing the incoherence of its decades-long war on terror, writes Rami G. Khouri

Children in conflict report reveals depravity of modern warfare

30 July, 2019

Comment: The disturbingly high number of children killed in conflict in 2018 reveals the dark truths of modern warfare, writes Rami Khouri.

Tlaib-Omar congressional trip to Palestine a nightmare for Netanyahu

19 July, 2019

Comment: Whether or not Netanyahu allows the trip, it will open a debate around BDS and unacceptable Israeli policies, and will cause Israel significant diplomatic damage, writes Rami Khouri.

Will US-Iran tensions trigger a new global power balance?

11 July, 2019

Comment: A new global balance of power that rectifies the 'unipolar' American-dominated world order may be starting to take shape, writes Rami Khouri.

Put Riyadh and Cairo in dock over Khashoggi, Morsi

19 June, 2019

Comment: Here's hoping these calls trigger a historic process that begins holding Arab governments such as Egypt and Saudi Arabia accountable for their actions, writes Rami Khouri.

When will Zarif's policies match his rosy rhetoric?

21 March, 2018

Comment: Arab leaders would react more positively to solid actions from Iran, which would create an opening for serious diplomatic engagement, writes Rami Khouri.

How the Aqsa prayer protests dissolved Palestinian vulnerability

31 July, 2017

Comment: The successful Aqsa resistance prayers dissolved two key Palestinian weaknesses, and could trigger new forms of political activism among Palestinians, writes Rami Khouri.

The real threat that Saudi Arabia sees in Qatar

08 June, 2017

Comment: Saudi and Emirati dissatisfaction with Qatar stems not from any tangible, credible or dangerous 'threat'; rather from the state's independent policymaking, writes Rami G. Khouri.

Trump's 100 days: Consistent militarism under a chaotic veneer

25 April, 2017

Comment: As Arab leaders have sought to cosy up to Trump in his first 100 days, citizens of the region have significantly less reason to be positive, writes Rami Khouri.

Rami G. Khouri
Rami G. Khouri

Rami G. Khouri is senior public policy fellow and professor of journalism at the American University of Beirut, non-resident senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School, and an internationally syndicated columnist.

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