While a shift in the power balance has certainly been felt, the results of Lebanon's elections do not mark a breakthrough in the status quo.
The very generation that was relied upon for an overhaul of the system is falling into the trap of the ruling class.
Unpacking Gebran Bassil’s speech earlier this week, his argument for why the Free Patriotic Movement is not to blame seemed weak at times and contradictory at others.
The extended four-day shutdown in Lebanon reflects subpar public policy-making.
Parallels have been recently drawn between the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the Israeli-Palestinian wars. The point being made is...
On the eve of Lebanon’s centenary, French president Macron paid the country a second visit in less than a month...
The Beirut explosion is an act of terror, one with a collective responsibility that falls on a corrupt sectarian power-sharing system.
For Arab countries, the fight against COVID-19 threatens to become an excuse for the crackdown on dissent, the clampdown on freedoms and the abuse of power.
"Fedayin: Le Combat de Georges Abdallah" was recently screened in both Beirut and a number of European capitals.
15 years later, what sort of justice has the Special Tribunal for Lebanon served the people of this country?
As coronavirus restrictions are being relaxed, the government must declare sectarianism as its number one public health emergency.
Similar to catching COVID-19, losing a job because of the ongoing pandemic could cost thousands of people –and their families– their entire lives.