Khaled Dawoud's Articles

Israel’s war of revenge against civilians in Gaza has taken a severe toll on journalists and their families, reports Khaled Dawoud

While former US president Donald Trump remains the Republican frontrunner for the 2024 presidential elections, he could face a tough challenge from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, reports Khaled Dawoud

US officials have maintained their open confrontation with China by coming up with intelligence claiming that Beijing is considering providing weapons to Russia.

As military experts debate why China might use a balloon to spy on the US, the incident has turned into the usual, partisan fightover who can better protect America, reports Khaled Dawoud

The discovery of highly classified documents that were in the possession of US President Joe Biden while he was vice president has provided Republicans with additional ammunition to discredit the White House ahead of the 2024 presidential race.

Washington anxiously followed the first visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to Riyadh last week during which he held a series of summits with traditional US allies.

The Biden administration has been sending mixed messages to its two key regional allies of Saudi Arabia and Israel.

World leaders convened in person at the UN General Assembly meetings in New York this week after lifting Covid-19 restrictions, but there is little to celebrate in a fractured world.

Two months ahead of the US mid-term elections, US President Joe Biden has given up the rhetoric on seeking to unite Americans and gone on the offensive against former president Donald Trump, reports Khaled Dawoud

The raid on the home of former US president Donald Trump by the FBI a week ago has supercharged his likely 2024 presidential ambitions, writes Khaled Dawoud

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Putin used his Victory Day speech to rehash long standing grievances against the US, instead of declaring an escalation in the Ukraine war or making a reference to nuclear weapons, reports Khaled Dawoud

China will not openly support Russia’s invasion of Ukraine but, united in their opposition to a US-led world order, both countries are seeking to set new rules.

The repercussions of the war in Ukraine are being felt the world over, not least in the already troubled Middle East

The US ended its 20-year military presence in Afghanistan this week amidst fears that a new chapter in the country’s long-standing wars might be just beginning

Taliban pledges to form an “inclusive” government and their sudden professed moderation will likely vanish as soon as US and NATO troops depart from Afghanistan

With an expected Taliban takeover there, the Biden administration is indifferent towards losing Afghanistan after fighting a 20-year-long war

At the UN for his third address as US president, and despite rising calls in Congress for his impeachment, Trump lashed out at Iran but left the door open for compromise, reports Khaled Dawoud

Trump blamed Iran for unprecedented attacks on Saudi oil facilities, but said he was in “no rush” to go to war, reports Khaled Dawoud

Israel’s decision, upon pressure from Trump, to ban two Democratic congresswomen from visiting has turned US relations with its close ally into a bipartisan issue

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