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Hazem Saghieh

Hazem Saghieh

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What Can Adel Abdul Mahdi Do?

Adel Abdul Mahdi is a politician for stable countries: He is calm, open and pragmatic.

Thwarting a Coup In Lebanon!

Defending a Lebanese politician is a difficult task.

The Separatist Era Not Mentioned in the Syrian Revolt

The Syrian uprising was usurped by a civil war between the Bashar Assad regime and armed Islamist gr

Palestinians of Lebanon and the Lebanese Palestinians

Even before the new Labor Ministry regulations, Palestinians in Lebanon posed a problem to the count

Roots of the Jebran Bassil ‘Phenomenon’

Mockery follows Jebran Bassil wherever he goes and that’s fine.

Our World Torn Between The 'Social,' The 'Societal'…

With the fall of the Soviet Union and its camp, freedom achieved a great victory.

FPM-Hezbollah Understanding: The Origin of the Current Crisis

It is difficult to blame the tension that has recently hit Lebanon on one factor or one party.

An Arab Relevance In The Hong Kong Events?!

An island that is around ten times the size of Lebanon, with seven million people, has dominated the

Lebanon: Christians, Syrians and 2 Concepts of the Minority

Fifty years ago, Palestinian youths took up arms in Lebanon.

The War for History in Syria

When did the revolt in Syria cease to be so and transform into a civil war?

Long Live Weakness… May Strength Fall

Lebanon’s foreign minister pushed his nationalism to a “genetic” level.

Democracy Recedes in Its Cradle, Along With Stability

A French diplomat in the 19th century saw America’s geographic location as the source of its power:

Bush/Al-Qaeda Vs. Trump/Iran: Comparisons and Probabilities

Some critics have suggested that former President George W.

On the Sidelines of the European Elections

It is easy to enumerate the messages and blows of the European elections: The populist right, especi

Sfeir’s Departure and the Strong Wall of Nationalism

A week ago, former Maronite Patriarch Cardinal Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir passed away.

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