Opinion

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Hezbollah faces rising dissent, efforts to end Iran’s ‘occupation’ of Lebanon

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By Dalal Saoud BEIRUT, Lebanon, Jan. 21 (UPI) — Lebanon’s financial collapse, which has pushed large segments of the population into poverty,

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Time to end Hezbollah’s hold over Lebanon

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BY : Osama Al-Sharif For decades, the sectarian power-sharing understanding between Lebanon’s warlords, who became the faces of its ruling

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Lebanon’s president is on his way out but where does that leave the son-in-law?

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Everything Gebran Bassil gained was gifted to him by his father-in-law, the country’s president. On his own, he is a

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Fears grow in Lebanon over Iran influence after Hezbollah, Amal end cabinet boycott

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By Najia Houssari Beirut- A decision by Hezbollah and the Amal Movement to end a boycott of Lebanon’s Cabinet has

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Covid 19: Experts warn a future ‘Deltacron’ is possible, Analysis

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By:Aude MAZOUE Health experts have cast doubt on reports of a possible Covid-19 mutation combining elements of both the Delta

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Lebanon’s arsonisct-in-chief aims to set the region alight – OpEd

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By Baria Alamuddin* If Lebanon were a fragile, overcrowded and sinking boat, laden with desperate and starving refugees, making its

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Lebanon’s 2022 elections… an exceptional juncture

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By Hanna Saleh Some friends, as they were commenting on the 2009 parliamentary election results, reminded me that Hezbollah “broke

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On Russia, NATO cannot fold, time to call Putin’s bluff, opinion

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Putin has tried this before, but we cannot negotiate down the barrel of a gun. BY ANDERS FOGH RASMUSSEN,  former NATO

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Cutting off Lebanon won’t stem the Captagon trade. The Gulf needs to address its addiction to the drug

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Instead of pushing Beirut to the economic brink, Saudi Arabia  and the other Gulf countries should address their own amphetamine

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Lebanon: From Switzerland of the Middle East to modern-day dystopia

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By Julien Ricour-Brasseur After years of delusional economic policies maintained by a corrupt elite, a rude awakening is under way

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