The assassination of Luqman Slim underlines that the scope for dissent in Lebanon is rapidly narrowing.
Spot analysis from Carnegie scholars on events relating to the Middle East and North Africa.
In an interview, Salim Adib discusses Lebanon’s management of Covid-19, and expresses some hope for the future.
In an interview, David Linfield argues that international donors are benefiting existing power structures in the Middle East.
To survive its ongoing financial crisis, Lebanon needs a new economic system that addresses massive income inequality. Paired with political and institutional reform, tax reform can help.
Twenty years on, a film by Lebanese director Jean Chamoun remains as relevant as ever.
A regular survey of experts on matters relating to Middle Eastern and North African politics and security.
University students around Lebanon are voting for candidates who oppose the country’s sectarian establishment parties.
Giving women greater leadership roles might be the antidote to Lebanon’s governing crisis.
On Lebanon’s Independence Day, the question has meaning for a population whose leaders are masters of the meaningless.