Opinion

Alice in Wonderland or is it Alice in Lebanon?

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By Ghassan Karam

“Things are not what they appear to be” is as close of a description of the political landscape in Lebanon as a phrase can get.

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An Open Letter to Prime Minister Hariri

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By Maurice Obeid

Now that you have a government in place, I am writing to advise you to capitalize on recent developments to set the stage for peace in Lebanon.

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Twenty years later, little has changed

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By Maurice Obeid

Twenty years ago this month, on November 4 1989, the civil war ended with the ratification of the Taif Accord.

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The Cost of Indecisiveness

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By Ghassan Karam

Many have often sung the praises of “going with the flow” and “putting off until tomorrow what can be done today”.

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A Sheep Is Born

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By Ghassan Karam

How appropriate that the time it took for a Lebanese cabinet to see the light (if it occurs as expected within hours) is matched by the gestation period of a sheep, 150 days.

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The Arab Countries And Copenhagen

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By Ghassan Karam

The peace Nobel laureate, Desmond Tutu a South African cleric, sent a letter to the EU parliament in which he berated them for not acting to slow down climate change.

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