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Rami G. Khouri

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Rami George Khouri is an internationally syndicated political columnist and book author. He was the first director, and is now a senior fellow, at the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs at the American University of Beirut. He also serves as a nonresident senior fellow at the Kennedy School of Harvard University. He is editor at large, and former executive editor, of the Beirut-based Daily Star newspaper, and was awarded the Pax Christi International Peace Prize for 2006.

He teaches or lectures annually at the American University of Beirut and Northeastern University. He has been a fellow and visiting scholar at Harvard, Mount Holyoke, Princeton, Syracuse, The Fletcher School at Tufts, Northeastern, Denver, Oklahoma and Stanford universities, and is a member of the Brookings Institution Task Force on US Relations with the Islamic World. He is a Fellow of the Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs (Arab East Jerusalem). He also serves on the Joint Advisory Board of the Northwestern University Journalism School in Doha, Qatar, Georgetown University’s Center for Regional and International Studies in Doha, Qatar, and recently completed a four-year term on the International Advisory Council of the International Committee of the Red Cross.

He was editor-in-chief of the Jordan Times for seven years and for 18 years was general manager of Al Kutba, Publishers, in Amman, Jordan, where he also served as a consultant to the Jordanian tourism ministry on biblical archaeological sites. He has hosted programs on archaeology, history and current public affairs on Jordan Television and Radio Jordan, and often comments on Mideast issues in the international media.

He has a BA and MSc degrees respectively in political science and mass communications from Syracuse University, NY, USA.


      Recent Articles

Date Article
06/01/2016 International law works best when applied consistently
05/28/2016 Ennahda in Tunisia pioneers another Arab era and test
05/25/2016 Will we attack our own dysfunctions as we battle Islamic State?
05/21/2016 Will we see two Islamic emirates in Syria soon?
05/18/2016 A critical Palestinian shift worth watching
05/14/2016 Is this the way out of our awful situation?
05/11/2016 Yes, let us honestly assess Sykes-Picot’s ugly century
05/07/2016 Al-Qaeda aims in Idlib offer an important test
05/04/2016 The fateful battle over Arab public space and ideas
04/30/2016 The music says so: the battle for citizen rights will be won
04/27/2016 A benchmark April day of Arab despair and radical change
04/23/2016 Ten observations on the wars in Syria
04/20/2016 The delusion of copying Lebanon’s political system
04/16/2016 Sanders’ balanced Israel-Palestine views are very American
04/13/2016 UN’s mediation experiences offer important lessons
04/09/2016 Persistent roots of Arab weakness and relinquished sovereignty
04/06/2016 The BDS debate goes mainstream
04/02/2016 Historic shifts in world’s view of Israel-Palestine
03/30/2016 Russia, Palmyra, and the Syrian kaleidoscope
03/26/2016 The painful lessons of Brussels seem hard to learn, so they continue
03/23/2016 The threat and opportunity of Kurds in Syria
03/19/2016 Will Lebanon face its immense climate change dangers?
03/16/2016 Glimpses into the top and bottom layers of war in Syria
03/12/2016 Time for a sensible international effort on Israel-Palestine
03/05/2016 The end of American exceptionalism?
03/02/2016 A terrifying film that we created, and can end
02/27/2016 Wars in Arab states? Partition them!
02/24/2016 Lebanon pays the price of dysfunctional governance
02/20/2016 The real threat to Arab countries is from within
02/17/2016 Remembering Anthony Shadid
02/13/2016 Complexities and perplexities in the Arab world
02/10/2016 Aleppo’s frightening reminder of wider threats, and older glories
02/06/2016 Intriguing opportunity and dangers of ground forces in Syria
02/04/2016 How can a 2-state solution calm our troubled region?
01/30/2016 Fear trumps facts in this U.S. presidential year
01/27/2016 On January 25, we recall beloved Egypt, and ourselves
01/23/2016 The full dangers of refugees and migrants are within us
01/20/2016 Finally, a sensible — but difficult — path to reducing terrorism
01/16/2016 Think again, guys…’bomb away’ is not an effective policy
01/13/2016 2011-2016: Arab dashed hopes, opened eyes
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