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  • Stall tactics 

    It is quite clear that the Assad regime, in order to reach its desired result, has shamelessly emulated Israel’s approach of procrastination and avoidance of...

  • Jerusalem needs action 

    For decades, the repositories of the 57 member states of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation have overflowed with limp condemnations, empty threats and...

  • Barrage of words 

    In the times of the “Me Too” movement, Merriam-Webster’s word of the year for 2017 is “feminism” – a term U.S. President Donald Trump would perhaps do well to...

  • Vehicle for success 

    After a 15-year hiatus, the Socio-economic Council has finally been relaunched.

  • Tantamount to betrayal 

    It is truly tragic that the Arab and international outrage in the wake of U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital...

  • Fruits of congruence 

    The International Support Group for Lebanon conference held in Paris has secured guarantees for the country, garnered international political and economic...

  • Disastrous decision 

    President Donald Trump’s lethal announcement on Jerusalem has left international relations in tatters, crossed every red line and trampled over the integrity...

  • Toxic strategy 

    Despite repeated warnings from the international community of the lethal consequences of recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and moving the U.S....

  • Accord made in Lebanon 

    It is welcome news that Prime Minister Saad Hariri has withdrawn his resignation, which alone promises good tidings for the Lebanese, especially during the...

  • High seas of bloodshed 

    “Probably the worst humanitarian catastrophe right now worldwide” – there is no better description of Yemen today than this emotional statement made by...

  • A change of heart? 

    There is no shortage of tragedies plaguing millions of Yemenis, who are wracked by a deadly cholera epidemic and a 3-year-old war that has claimed thousands...

  • Ill-conceived politicking 

    After decades of the U.S. breaking promises, pledges, original pacts and the like as far as Palestinians are concerned, President Donald Trump has now brought...

  • Ineffective practice 

    In his usual controversial manner, President Donald Trump said Tuesday after North Korea’s most recent intercontinental ballistic missile test that the...

  • Callous bloodsports 

    The current round of Syria peace talks, which opened Tuesday in Geneva, come at a crucial point for all those involved.

  • Message for humanity 

    It is safe to say that since day one of his reign Pope Francis has turned his back on tradition, defying the conservativeness of the Holy See.

  • Egypt’s hard questions 

    Why can’t the Arab world’s largest army beat some 1,000 Islamist militants in Sinai?

  • A beacon of stability 

    During the three weeks following Saad Hariri’s announcement that he had resigned as Prime Minister, Lebanon fell into a state of political paralysis, albeit...

  • Optimism in the air 

    There is optimism in the air on many levels.

  • Practice what you preach_456137_ 

    As Lebanon marks Independence Day, it’s worth remembering that over the centuries this tiny sliver of land has endured and later shed the shackles of many...

  • A mantra for health 

    After stormy weeks of anxiety, apprehension and vagueness that shook the foundations of governance in Lebanon, this week promises some good tidings, and...

  • It takes two to tango 

    This week Lebanon is set to address some very sensitive challenges as the saga of Prime Minister Saad Hariri comes to the final stretch with the country...

  • A friend in need 

    France’s involvement in Lebanese affairs goes back a century, with successive French governments displaying numerous initiatives over the years as honest...

  • The real debate 

    After almost two weeks of rising tensions and vagueness surrounding Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s sojourn in Saudi Arabia, concerted efforts and contacts at...

  • Calm leads to clarity 

    The Lebanese theater is overflowing with players reading from conflicting scripts with active audience participation, a situation that impedes the universal...

  • Dissociate in deed 

    Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s well-being has now been established in a number of ways.


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