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Mohammed Alyahya is a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. He is the former editor in chief of Al Arabiya English.
In his opening remarks at the Arab League Summit in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on Friday, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman welcomed Arab leaders, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, and then...Lebanon’s last hero: The lion of Taif Hussein el-Husseini
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The Saudi-US relationship is in the throes of a crisis. As a Saudi who went to college in the US, loves America and wants to see it strong, I am increasingly disturbed by the unreality of the American...Something is rotten in the Islamic Republic: Iran’s sinister coronavirus cover-up
Something is rotten in the state of Persia: the Islamic Republic of Iran is engaging in a large-scale cover-up of the coronavirus epidemic that could wreak misery on the lives of millions. If we take...Facing problems at home, Jeff Bezos manufactures Saudi conspiracies
The world's richest man has a story to tell you. The opening page is straightforward enough: a rich businessman grows tired of his marriage and seeks excitement in an extramarital affair. Texts and...Failure of Malaysia’s Muslim summit is only the tip of the iceberg
Malaysia’s attempt to unite Muslim powers in a summit held last week in Kuala Lumpur failed to attract heads of state from 53 Muslim countries. Only three embattled heads of state – Iran,...