Blaming Syrians For Lebanon’s Problems Is Cowardly and Destructive

  Our foreign minister, our official representative to the world, demonstrated that racism has now.

I Dreamed of Marx

  A few weeks ago I had a dream of Marx. I often have vivid.

Lebanon Joining Forces to Achieve the UN 2030 Agenda

More than 400 specialists from various sectors and regions across Lebanon gathered on October 10.

Lebanese Armenians: A Journey to a New Motherland

Not so long ago, I was sitting at a coffee shop having my cup of.

#MeToo: The Surprising Reveal that Victims of Sexual Assault are Actually People You Know

  What started as another Twitter call for activism became a viral confession of sexual.

A Review of Blade Runner 2049

Blade Runner 2049, the sequel to 1982’s cult classic Blade Runner has finally arrived to.

How Women Entrepreneurs Are (Slowly) Changing The Middle East

In the majority of societies, men and women emphasize the importance of gender equity to.

Lebanon Is Not Going Bankrupt Anytime Soon, Let’s Stop The Pointless Bashing

Spreading rumors about an imminent financial collapse is short-sighted. It would harm the average Lebanese citizen while ironically emboldening rather than undermining the country’s ruling class.

Maj. Hajj Hobeiche is Gone, But The Oppressive Institution Still Exists

Lebanon’s Director of the Internal Security Forces Anti-Cybercrime and Intellectual Property Rights Bureau Maj. Suzan.

White Shooter/Muslim Terrorist: Race and Mass Violence in the United States

Stephen Paddock, a white 64 year old man, killed at least 50 people at a.