Author: Karim Merhej

LAU hosts a discussion on “Women and Political Representation after the Arab Uprisings”

Regimes have resorted to “state feminism” to appease popular and grassroots agitation for more women’s rights, as well as to diffuse international pressure.

Nine Years Later: Will the Lebanese Parliamentary Elections Bring Change

On changes in the political structure, optimistic and pessimistic outlooks, and the potential turning points in the long-overdue parliamentary elections

Overview of ‘Post-Conflict Reconstruction’ Discussion at the Carnegie Middle East Center

A discussion on the meaning of “reconstruction”, its implications, and the overall outlook on Syria, Libya, and Iraq

(Haigazian University)
A seminar on Challenges of Reforming Lebanon’s Public Administration at Haigazian University

On the sectarian politicization of appointments to senior positions, reform, and drafting a National Anticorruption Strategy

A Review of Foobar’s Debut EP, Dusk To Dawn

Access to information and music has become an extremely facile task in our present day.