Lebanon

  • Diwan

    In Sinwar’s Shadow

    Recent elections to Lebanon’s Jamaa al-Islamiyya show a marked shift in favor of the pro-Hamas and Hezbollah wing.

  • Diwan

    Die Hard

    By ignoring soft power in the Middle East, Iran may be undermining its regional project down the road.

  • Diwan

    Women in Khaki

    • Alia Brahimi, Doaa Elnakhala
    • July 28, 2022

    Lebanon’s and Jordan’s efforts to advance female participation in their armed forces are discussed in a pair of podcasts.

  • Diwan

    A New Tool for Tehran

    Iran, through Hezbollah, has invited itself into Lebanon’s negotiations with Israel over offshore gas fields.

  • Diwan

    Why Mikati May Be Wasting His Time

    Few observers expect a new Lebanese government soon, but the prime minister-designate remains hopeful ... publicly.

  • Commentary

    Exploring Worldwide Democratic Innovations

    • Richard Youngs, Ken Godfrey
    • June 17, 2022
    • European Partnership for Democracy

    Innovative forms of deliberative and participatory democracy from outside the West can inspire reform in European states.

  • Diwan

    Why the Middle East Gets Putin

    Watching the Ukraine conflict, Middle Eastern leaders see the Russian president has approached matters in the same way as they would.

  • Diwan

    The Impending Void

    There is no consensus on Lebanon’s next president, and the country is likely to soon enter a long period of stalemate.

  • Commentary

    Hurdles Ahead for Lebanon’s Presidential Candidates

    Whatever else the Lebanese parliamentary election has done, it has certainly reshuffled the cards when it comes to Lebanon’s presidential candidates. In fact, all the leading candidates face major obstacles to being elected, while the identity of a potential compromise figure seems elusive at best.

    • May 20, 2022
    Kim Ghattas
    Bin Laden’s Secret Letters. Testing Times for Lebanon.
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    • December 22, 2021
    • Connect the World (CNN International)
    Kim Ghattas
    Lebanon In Crisis
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    • August 05, 2021
    • CNBC
    Maha Yahya
    Lebanon is on a ‘Bullet Train Towards Total Collapse’
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