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Mohamed Chebarro
Mohamed Chebarro

Mohamed Chebarro is currently an Al Arabiya TV News program Editor. He is also an award winning journalist, roving war reporter and commentator. He covered most regional conflicts in the 90s for MBC news and later headed Al Arabiya’s bureau in Beirut and London. He tweets @mochebaro

Brussels, the sanctuary for terror suspects, is attacked!

The attacks did not come as a surprise as many governments have warned that attacks are being planned and were imminent...

Russia and Iran: Unholy alliance for a new order?

The two countries seem to be, in the short run at least, in sync to drive state system in two regions of the world toward fragmentation...

Syrians must surrender now to fight another day

The revolution metamorphosed into a so-called war on terror by Assad regime and his Iranian, Lebanese and Iraqi allies...

Has happiness in the UAE troubled Arabs?

When considering Arab and Muslim countries, I always search for a positive sign that could indicate a move towards a better future for societies. However, my many moments of optimism are often...

Is the Lebanese presidency also held hostage?

Lebanese people like explaining to foreigners that their country’s existence has defied every logic since its inception. Its pluralism and constitutional democracy is unique, its dysfunctional...

Ceasefire first, Geneva talks second

The Geneva talks are a time-wasting déjà vu story in the Middle East, and a reflection of international discord...

An undecided Tehran is bad for Iran

With Iran taking a major step toward normalizing its relations with the world, Tehran’s leadership has to decide, in the interest of its people, culture and economy, whether it is a state or a...

Obama: State of the Union’s state of denial

The 2016 State of the Union address could have easily been U.S. President Barak Obama’s farewell speech. His speeches over the last seven years amount to much ado about nothing, during times...