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Rami G. Khouri

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Rami George Khouri is a Palestinian-Jordanian and US citizen whose family resides in Beirut and Nazareth. He is the Director of the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs at the American University of Beirut, as well as a columnist at the Beirut-based Daily Star newspaper.

He is an internationally syndicated political columnist and book author, and a fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and the Dubai School of Government. He has been a visiting scholar at Stanford, Syracuse, Tufts, Mt. Holyoke and Northeastern universities, and in November 2006 he was the co-recipient of the Pax Christi International Peace Award for his efforts to bring peace and reconciliation to the Middle East.

He was a Nieman journalism fellow at Harvard University in 2001-02, and recently served for four years on the international advisory board of the International Committee of the Red Cross. He has a BA in political science and MSc in journalism from Syracuse University.

He can be followed on Twitter @ramikhouri

      Recent Articles


Date Article
04/19/2014 Why Diplomacy Succeeds and Fails
04/16/2014 Cure Rot by Exposing It to Fresh Air
04/12/2014 Lebanon Rejoins the Arab World
04/09/2014 Another Hollow Arab ‘Reform’ Promise
04/05/2014 Hints for a Workable Negotiating ‘Framework’
04/02/2014 Zionism’s Fanatics Face New Landscapes
03/29/2014 Please Spare Us the Gamal Abdel Nasser Imagery
03/22/2014 Our Many Ways of Death and Shame
03/19/2014 Religion, Politics and Aggrieved Citizens
03/15/2014 The Double Agony of Syria As Arab Mirror
03/12/2014 The Problem of Regional and Tribal Identities
03/08/2014 The Shame of Ailing Old Arabs Who Cling to Power
03/05/2014 The Unparalleled Magic of City and Stage
03/01/2014 What Are the Motives and Meanings of a Jewish State?
02/26/2014 Palestinians Can Rectify Negotiating Weaknesses
02/19/2014 The Core Issues for Israelis and Palestinians
02/15/2014 Why the Salafist-Takfiris Should Worry Us
02/12/2014 Salute Tunisia … and Emulate It
02/08/2014 Historic Framework or Reheated Old Coffee Dregs?
02/05/2014 Wisdom Amid Chicanery in U.S. Views of Its Mideast Wars
02/01/2014 Hollywood and Real Life
01/29/2014 President Sisi Rides Precarious Passions into Office
01/25/2014 The Graffiti Speaks Eloquently
01/22/2014 Making War and Peace in Geneva
01/20/2014 Anthropology, Not Politics, Rules in Egypt
01/15/2014 Welcoming an Historic Day in Court
01/13/2014 The Larger National Tragedy of Ariel Sharon
01/11/2014 Al-Qaeda Has No Future in the Arab World
01/08/2014 This Post-Everything Middle East Moment
01/04/2014 How Does Dysfunctional Governance Absorb $3 Billion?
01/02/2014 With Humility, Four Trends to Watch in the Year Ahead
12/30/2013 Why Do Governments Repeatedly Promote Death and Chaos?
12/28/2013 Chatah Assassination and Lebanon’s Three Wars
12/21/2013 Do Arab Governments Prefer Robots?
12/18/2013 The Risings Three Years On
12/14/2013 Is John Kerry Serious?
12/11/2013 American Academics Stand Up for Justice
12/07/2013 The Menace of Militant Islamists in Syria
12/04/2013 Three Positive Signs to Push Back Mideast Gloom
11/30/2013 Again in Egypt, Old Men’s Guns vs. Civil Rights
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