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

Why Saad al-Hariri Will Not Get My Vote

The troubled political career of the Prime Minister of Lebanon did not start with the controversy over his trip to Saudi Arabia two months ago.

Who Will Get My Vote In Lebanon’s Upcoming Elections

The last time I voted in Parliamentary elections was in 2005, thirteen years ago. I.

Who is the “Civil Society” that is preparing to run for Parliamentary Elections?

The term “civil society” has been used to describe those who are “active” outside the traditional societal organizations and within oppositional movements against other parts of society, mainly against state authorities.

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

Lebanon’s Budget: Between Fraudulent Expenses and Nepotism

To get a better understand these issues, we ought to carefully examine the 2017 state budget endorsed by the parliament in October.

Protesters demand amendment of Law 293 following women’s deaths

The KAFA protest is particularly significant in the context of the upcoming parliamentary elections, with many signs stating that their bearers will not be voting for “patriarchal ideology.”

Secularism and Lebanese Politics: A Marriage Proposal Based on Empty Vows

Secularism as an ideology collides with various aspects of the existing sectarian order of Lebanon.

#StopTheBurning: Lebanese Residents’ Lives at Risk

Human Rights Watch has released a campaign advocating for a major switch up in Lebanon’s.