Ahmed Charai

Ahmed Charai is publisher of the weekly Moroccan newspaper L'Observateur and president of MED Radio, a national broadcast network in Morocco, MEDTV network and chairman of the board of Al-Ahdath al-Maghrebiya Arabic daily newspaper. As an expert on Morocco and North Africa, he sits on the Board of Trustees of the Foreign Policy Research Institute and the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington. He is a member of The National Interest's Advisory Council.


Commentary

An ideal ally for Western goals in Sub-Saharan Africa.

An initiative to build bridges across cultures is launched in the name of the fallen U.S. ambassador to Libya.

Next week's visit by the Moroccan king is rife with chances for cooperation.

Egypt, Syria, and the rest of the Arab world could learn from Morocco's peaceful and plural society.

The fall of the Brotherhood will reverberate across the top of the continent.

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April 21, 2014