لبنان

Luka Baum
Throughout history, music has always been a reflection of the political or social movements, and Lebanon and its recent uprising is no exception. Yet after the demonstrations came to an end, what is left of revolutionary music? What can music bring in a country where hope seems to be lost for a youth heavily betrayed by its political cartel?
Soheib Jawhar
In a city that has not seen electricity for a week, in which the water is cut off for long hours, which awakens to exorbitant price rises for basic goods, how can its people not seek to escape to countries that respect basic dignity and humanity?
Mariam Seifeddine
Ever since Hezbollah’s establishment in the early 1980s, the camera has always accompanied the gun. To Lebanon’s “Party of God,” visuals are as important as arms. In fact, its arms would not have had the power they have, were it not for the power of the image.
Ali Nour
The M1 Group’s recent deal to take over Telenor Myanmar raises some uncomfortable questions over the company’s relationship with the country’s military authorities and respect for human rights.
Tracy Jawad
Life can be both glamorous and humorous for us all, and like a well-kept secret passed along the generations that have paved the way, Sultana knows this all too well. The boundaries of our self-expression only exist if we choose to abide by them––and she’s chosen freedom.
Charbel EL-Khoury
The danger lies in the sectarian parties restricting opposition to only a few platforms by threatening people who wish to welcome political gatherings and debate, and calling upon their supporters to boycott their venues
Mariam Seifeddine
Fake accounts are like an unofficial arm of campaigns linked to Hezbollah. These are accounts that omit a name or clear identity, but work in a way that seems coordinated in terms of a unified message and the target.
Nourhan Sharaf Eddine
The many problems of foreign domestic workers highlight workers’ problems, women’s problems, and the failure of the Kafala system. They also shed a light on the racism foreign girls face, the class system determining their social status and the commodification of their work.
Jana Barakat
Audi Bank has started a process of getting rid of depositors with a British nationality after one of them, Farouj Manoukian, succeeded in winning a lawsuit in a British court to recover his money.
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