Dr. Tamara Kharroub is a Senior Analyst and Assistant Executive Director at Arab Center Washington DC.
Comment: Mohammed bin Salman's impulsive and antagonistic measures will come at a price, risking his survival as future king or disastrous wars across the region, writes Tamara Kharroub.
Comment: Without serious political reforms and real change in the law, the decision to let Saudi women drive is merely decorative and for performance purposes, writes Tamara Kharroub.
Comment: The anti-BDS bill violates the right to collective action which is protected under the US constitution, writes Tamara Kharroub.
Comment: When it comes to Saudi funding of extremist Wahhabi ideologies believed to contribute to violent extremism, the UK and others walk a thin line, writes Tamara Kharroub.
Comment: Impeachment requires 25 Republican votes and all Democrats in the House, plus 19 of the GOP to join all 48 Democratic Senators. But what comes next might be worse...
Comment: It's liberals' favourite fantasy right now, but a President Pence could end up being much, much worse than Donald Trump ever could be, writes Tamara Kharroub.
Comment: Israel continues to enjoy full impunity for its ongoing violations of human rights and international law. The time for accountability has come, writes Tamara Kharroub.
Comment: While IS might be losing some territorial control, the US continues to pursue a failed strategy in the global fight against violent extremism, writes Tamara Kharroub.
Comment: Freedom of the press is one of the pillars of American democracy. In casting criticism as fake news, Trump is playing a very dangerous game, writes Tamara Kharroub.
Comment: Could Keith Ellison, the first Muslim elected to Congress, and an outspoken supporter of Palestinian rights shape the Democratic Party's future as leader? asks Tamara Kharroub.