Khairallah Khairallah is a Lebanese writer.
People from around the globe were in the United Arab Emirates in late November for Formula One’s
The recent television interview given by Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri put to rest specula
The least one can say about Saudi Arabia these days is that this usually conservative kingdom is
Since British Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour made his famous declaration that became the basi
If there is one thing that distinguishes the situation in Iraq, it is Iraqi Prime Minister Haide
Contrary to what some people might believe, Iran didn’t come out victorious in Syria.
The Kurds had their independence referendum.
Both regional and internal factors are pushing the Kurds to have a referendum but it does not n
As it becomes increasingly clear that there exists a plan to reshape the Middle East, Iraqi Kur
Syrian President Bashar Assad, at a speech opening a foreign affairs conference, said a real ach
Political deadlock prevails in Yemen and is likely to continue as none of the warring parties se
It has been more than a month since Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt cut
It is not the missiles of the so-called resistance or its Iran-instigated participation in the wa