How did Emmanuel Macron approach Donald Trump on the Middle East at their summit last week?
Russian ‘soft power’ has been expanding in Lebanon, and a number of recent developments prove it.
Lebanon’s forthcoming parliamentary elections will likely be the dullest since the end of the country’s war in 1990.
The ongoing conflict in Syria has created the biggest wave of displacement and refugees since World War II, along with devastating destruction and hundreds of thousands of victims.
Recent uprisings in countries across the world suggest that there is much that other protesters can learn to pressure regimes for reforms.
Following the end of the fighting in Syria, displaced refugees will require four things before they return home.
There is much more than ideology to the rise of Salafism in impoverished Sunni areas of Lebanon.
In an interview, Charles Glass speaks of Lebanon, his books, and what he really thinks about war.
The rise in Salafi militancy in Lebanon is not only due to the spillover of the Syrian war, but also to the Sunni elite’s failure at tackling the grievances of their co-religionists.
Under increasing financial pressure, states hosting Syrian refugees are pressuring them to return whether conditions in Syria are safe or not.