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About Rami Khouri

Rami G Khouri is editor-at-large of the Beirut-based Daily Star, published throughout the middle east with the International Herald Tribune.

Articles by Rami Khouri

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Adam Bychawski is an editorial assistant at openDemocracy.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Close Guantánamo, and its mindset

Guantánamo is both American prison and un-American mindset. The violations it embodies reflect how far the Bush administration has travelled from legality, says Rami G Khouri.

How to beat terrorism: lessons of an Arab journey

Arab citizens are squeezed between authoritarian rulers, violent opposition groups and western counter-terrorism. But in their spaces of freedom, a quietly intense search for orderly change is occurring, says Rami G Khouri.

Democracy from America? An Arab's advice

Any United States effort to bring democracy and freedom to the middle east needs to respect eight principles of action, says Rami G. Khouri.

Abu Ghraib in the Arab mirror

Arab citizens see Abu Ghraib through the prism of a century of dehumanisation: by western powers, Israel and their own rulers. Only the application of universal principles of law, justice and accountability can ensure a better future, says Rami Khouri.
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