Abdulrahman al-Rashed

Abdulrahman al-Rashed

Abdulrahman al-Rashed is the Chairman of Al Arabiya's Editorial Board and former General Manager of Al Arabiya News Channel. A veteran and internationally acclaimed journalist, he is a former editor-in-chief of the London-based leading Arab daily Asharq al-Awsat, where he still regularly writes a political column. He has also served as the editor of Asharq al-Awsat’s sister publication, al-Majalla. Throughout his career, Rashed has interviewed several world leaders, with his articles garnering worldwide recognition, and he has successfully led Al Arabiya to the highly regarded, thriving and influential position it is in today. He tweets @aalrashed.

The Jeddah Summit serves as a catalyst for peaceful resolution in Ukraine

Over the weekend, an international summit was held in Jeddah to find a peaceful settlement to the Ukraine crisis. nearly two months after similar peace talks were held in Copenhagen.The difference......

Is Wagner’s departure from Syria and Sudan imminent?

The Wagner mutiny unfolded with an air of unpredictability. Nobody anticipated that Wagner’s leader would openly denounce war and deem it unnecessary. The audacity of his mutiny was beyond anyone’s......

Acquisition of sports clubs is a testament to the growth of the Saudi sports sector

Hardly a week goes by without news of exciting developments in Saudi Arabia. This week, sports news took the spotlight with the announcement of a new strategy for the development of the Saudi sports......

How much did you pay to stop the smuggling of Captagon?

Stories of Syria using Captagon as a bargaining chip to secure funds for reconstruction and regain its seat in the Arab League have been making the rounds ever since the country’s return to the Arab......

The Jeddah Summit: Are reconciliations possible?

Saudi Arabia hosted three major summits within the span of only ten months. The first one was the Security and Development Summit held in Jeddah with the participation of six GCC countries plus Egypt,......

Sudanese hopes in Jeddah

It has been four years since the ousting of Omar al-Bashir and his regime in one of the largest turn of events in Sudan’s history.But to this day, Khartoum is still struggling: ongoing conflicts......

As Yemen leaves the war behind, Sudan marches toward it 

It may seem like our region is under an eternal spell or evil magic trick. But in truth, there is no spell or magic at play here: there’s simply mismanagement.In the last few weeks, the Houthis and......

The Saudis visit Sanaa

Approximately three months ago, a vessel carrying a staggering cargo of 5,000 weapons, over 1.5 million rounds of ammunition, and 7,000 missile components was intercepted and seized en route from Iran......