Mysticism at Metro

The doors of Metro Al Madina’s underground theater were opened at 9:30 PM on on.

ESP conference provides insight to theory and practices of ecosystem services

The American University of Beirut took part in the ninth annual Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP).

The World through a Lens: Jamal Saidi on the Power of Photography

  Photography can be a powerful tool capable of narrating a story, distorting an image,.

“Beirut”: Fact, Fiction or Hollywood

Whenever a trailer comes out and I hear people’s responses, I’m usually the guy that.

Promised oil wealth stashed into Lebanese sovereign wealth fund: Who should spend the money?

As state-owned investment vehicles, sovereign wealth funds play an essential role in a country’s political,.

How To Contain Lebanon’s Rising Debt And Improve Government Finances

With a combination of spending streamlining and revenue raising measures, Lebanon can halt the slippage in fiscal finances, and revert into a more solid and sustainable fiscal position.

Iran’s Protests: Reclaiming the Revolution

To many nations, the 28th of December marked nothing  more than a year approaching its.

Poverty and Living Standards in Iran After the Nuclear Deal

The current protests in Iran could be attributed to joblessness and unfulfilled economic expectations, but not necessarily to high poverty.

Will The Lebanese Lira Crumble in 2018?

The risks of collapse for Lebanon’s national currency evaluated in 7 key points by one of Lebanon top macro economists.

Civil Society Organizations in Lebanon: Little Space for Refugee Advocacy?

Civil society in Lebanon has taken different forms and passed through various phases. It includes.