Examining Lebanese politics and governance. Welcome to the jungle.
“This time, it’s different” has become a rallying cry amongst the families of victims of the Beirut port blast, mobilized in their pursuit of truth and justice for the August…Keep reading
Lebanon’s Prosecutorial Authority, a Shield for Protecting Society or an Arm of the Political System?
Since the October 17 uprising, the Lebanese people have been calling for the disclosure of corruption files and for holding corrupt officials accountable. The Public Prosecution Office (PPO) is the…Keep reading
Lebanon’s Parliament During a Year of Collapses and Crises: Lack of Vision, Populism, Inertia, and Buying Time for a Crumbling House of Cards
Days after the outbreak of the October 17th 2019 uprising, very dangerous signs and manifestations began to emerge of what can be considered Lebanon’s biggest crisis since its creation –…Keep reading
Six months have passed since one of the biggest non-nuclear explosions in the modern era ravaged our beloved Beirut. As today’s Lebanon continues to combat health, economic and social crises,…Keep reading