Lebanese Public Debt: Alternatives do Exist

Lebanese citizens don’t need more numbers to realise the extent to which this debt is exhausting the treasury, public finances, and the economic system.

Lebanon Needs A Budget For Its People, Not Its Ruling Class

The ruling class, which has been in power for almost 30 years, is collectively responsible for the economy’s dire state of affairs. It should bear the costs of reforms and spare ordinary citizens.

AUB Secular Club Hosts an Event on the Lebanese Economy: Different Points of View

The discussion revealed a general consensus on the state’s dysfunction and the persistent issue of a regime struggling since the Civil War.

Lebanon’s Budget: Between Fraudulent Expenses and Nepotism

To get a better understand these issues, we ought to carefully examine the 2017 state budget endorsed by the parliament in October.

What Does OPEC Think About the Future of World Oil?

  The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), which is the permanent intergovernmental organization.

Water Scarcity in the Middle East as Explained by Dr. Hussam Hussein

On December 6, the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs hosted a.