Nadim Shehadi is the executive director of the LAU Headquarters and Academic Center in New York and an Associate Fellow of Chatham House in London.
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How Lebanon collapsed into a state of paralysis
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For Iran, the IRGC’s regional role is as important as the nuclear deal
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World Bank ‘Ponzi Finance’ report is damaging both to Lebanon and the bank itself
The publication this month of a World Bank report on Lebanon, which presents a damning account of financial and fiscal policy in the country over the past 30 years, raised many eyebrows.
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Lebanon is not resilient, it is traumatized
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Shutting down Hariri tribunal a reckless move
June 25, 2022
US prefers to deal with the wolf rather than the lamb
Why does the US make deals with its enemies and abandon its friends? The answer may lie in the fable of “The Wolf and The Lamb,” in which a big bad wolf wants to devour an innocent little lamb. Such stories have been around for centuries and are deeply ingrained in our culture.
May 27, 2022
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