From Beirut, Kim Ghattas reports on just how difficult life has become for the majority of its citizens and what this week’s election result might mean for this struggling nation and the problems it faces.
Paul Haenle will moderate a discussion with Chinese, Middle Eastern, and Singaporean scholars on the key issues in China-Middle East relations and the geopolitical implications.
A posthumously published memoir by Fouad Ajami shows that the author never truly broke with Lebanon.
The Lebanese Armed Forces and its leadership have taken a conscious decision to give women much more important roles.
Renewed Saudi political activity in Lebanon may signal the emergence of an alignment that aims to preserve ties with the Arab states.
Mr. Bassil’s problem is that he stands for nothing. His desire to become president, and do whatever it takes to achieve this, has turned the FPM into an extension of his ambition.
In Lebanon, as in the United Kingdom, successive tragedies reveal contrasting approaches to remembrance and commemoration.
Amid challenges for the community, how might Armenians vote in Lebanon’s May elections?
Hollowed out by corruption and mismanagement and buffeted by adverse economic conditions, authoritarian governments in the Middle East are struggling to deliver the socioeconomic benefits that once pacified their publics.
Join Carnegie for a special event in honor of World Water Day with experts Ellen Hanak , Olivia Lazard, and Stewart Patrick, in conversation with Tino Cuéllar, on the water crisis and how today’s leaders can deescalate conflict and pursue sustainable solutions for our global future.