April 13, 2018

Lebanon Update-April 2018

Post Parliamentarian Elections: LF Isolation? In the recent period, talks began in the political corridors about the post-elections political environment and the formation of the next […]
March 8, 2018

Lebanon Update – March 2018

Border Escalation between Lebanon and Israel Tensions rose on the southern border of Lebanon after Hezbollah threatened to target Israel’s Mediterranean natural gas. Lebanon has an […]
November 13, 2017

Hariri’s Resignation: A new predicament in Lebanon’s polity

Elie Al Hindy & Ramy Jabbour   After less than a year of forming his second cabinet in 18 December 2016, the first in President Aoun’s […]
August 23, 2017

US Financial War on Hezbollah: Round II

Ever since the former and current lawmakers in United States of America passed and signed the law of Hezbollah’s International Financial Prevention Act (HIFPA), the Lebanese […]
June 20, 2017

Lebanon's New Electoral Law: A Major Break Through

By Dr Elie Al Hindy and Ramy Jabbour After two consecutive extensions of the Lebanese parliament and lengthy negotiations for more than six months, Lebanon is […]
April 24, 2017

Lebanon's Electoral Predicament

By Dr Elie Al Hindy and Ramy Jabbour Since the end of the civil war, Lebanon’s delicate political/sectarian balance gave the electoral law an even more […]
April 15, 2017

في أسباب رفض النسبية

د. إيلي الهندي – مدير مركز الشرق الاوسط للدراسات والابحاث الاستراتيجية meirss.org تتخبط الأحزاب في لبنان منذ أكثر من عقد في محاولة إيجاد قانون انتخابي جديد […]
November 3, 2016

The Lebanese Presidential Election in Context: Iran’s taste of Defeat?

  Lebanon has been an oasis of relative stability for the past five years even with an almost complete political deadlock, a presidential vacancy of 28 […]
August 11, 2016

The Islamic State in Lebanon – An Overview

  Lebanon is one of the region’s constantly unstable countries but has been able to remain relatively peaceful during this turbulent period in the Middle East’s […]