Book Club: The road of a diplomat is fraught with ever-shifting challenges, demanding constant adaption and empathy. In a unique exposition, Australian diplomat Robert Bowker details the qualities needed from his time spent in the Arab world.
It's taken until Netanyahu’s new far-right government for some to acknowledge Israel’s crimes against Palestinians, but these violations of international law have long existed. Rami Khouri explains what must shift to challenge the current trajectory.
Across the Arab world, where people suffer from poverty, authoritarian rule, and subjugation to the games of international powers and regional autocrats, the dynamics of the modern Middle East can be defined by three divisions, writes Rami G. Khouri.
A flurry of new international reports paints a stark picture of harder times ahead for the Arab region, as more its people lack income, education, and the basic services for a dignified life, writes Rami Khouri.
Opinion: Lebanon is experiencing a crisis of statehood that plagues other Arab countries in similar ways. Rami Khouri explores the dynamics that have emerged over the last century to get us where we are today.