By becoming an active part of Lebanon’s loathed political class, Hezbollah has faced the wrath of protestors too.
Lebanon’s protesters succeeded in one of their demands: the resignation of the country’s embattled Prime Minister. After the seismic protests, what is the best way forward?
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Lebanon’s youths are fed up with the traditional reflexes of sect that keep the population divided.
Nearly a decade after the Arab Spring fizzled, a new wave of protest has swept over the Middle East and North Africa. What is different this time, and will the protesters get what they want?
In an interview, Maha Yahya says that following Saad al-Hariri’s resignation the country faces a difficult transition.
Even if a government of technocrats takes over – as per popular demand – it would have to work against the vested interests of the political class.
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In a period of unpredictable change, Lebanon’s armed forces are indispensable to internal stability.