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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 a founding member and senior policy fellow 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.

      Recent Articles

Date Article
03/28/2015 Four active Arab wars stem from a common malaise
03/25/2015 The United States should now respond to the Arab Peace Plan
03/21/2015 One arena and two players
03/18/2015 Four Middle East cities today might define our fate
03/14/2015 Syria reflects wider, older Arab troubles
03/11/2015 Drama becomes farce in U.S.-Israeli ties
03/07/2015 Another blow to the farcical 'peace process'
03/04/2015 The battle forces against ISIS remain incomplete
02/28/2015 A milestone in United States-Israel relations
02/25/2015 Sisi's joint Arab military idea is stunningly idiotic
02/21/2015 Honesty and dishonesty in fighting violent extremism
02/18/2015 Only fools confuse religion with criminality
02/14/2015 Rep. John Yarmuth matters and deserves our respect
02/11/2015 Yemen and the agony of the modern Arab era
02/07/2015 Jordan today reflects Arab strengths and weaknesses
02/04/2015 Tunisia, Bahrain, Egypt offer real choices
01/31/2015 Deterrence works, but only until war recurs
01/28/2015 No succession drama, but plenty of regional drama
01/14/2015 Problems in Paris and Khartoum
01/10/2015 Insights from the Kouachi brothersí crimes and lives
01/07/2015 Protests cause Americans to take notice
01/03/2015 Time for serious Palestinian leadership
12/31/2014 A moment to recall the corrosion that threatens Egypt
12/27/2014 What to watch for at the UN Security Council
12/20/2014 How fares the Global War on Terror?
12/17/2014 The angels and devils of our last four years
12/13/2014 Imperial crimes in the United States and the Middle East
12/10/2014 More simplistic nonsense from the United States government
12/06/2014 The universal horrors of killing with impunity
12/03/2014 Egypt is sad, but still hard to read
11/29/2014 Obamaís dangerous embrace of war
11/26/2014 Important lessons from the Iran negotiations
11/22/2014 The cycle of death is no surprise
11/19/2014 Only active citizens can save their precarious states
11/12/2014 Is Jerusalem the last battle?
11/08/2014 Impressive citizenship in Professor Hornís class in Boston
11/05/2014 President Rivlinís important, intriguing gesture
11/01/2014 Egypt follows US and Israeli failed strategies
10/29/2014 Lessons from the historic Tunisian elections
10/25/2014 The rule of law triumphs ó sort of ó in the USA
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