- Lebanon politics impoverishes Lebanese | Opinion – Asia Times January 28, 2020
- Lebanese and Iraqi protests confront Iran’s ambitions | Op-eds – Gulf News January 26, 2020
- What to expect from a new Lebanese government: “Anti-corruption” as witch hunt – Brookings Institution January 25, 2020
- Lebanon’s Halloween Government January 23, 2020
- Resolving Lebanon’s financial crisis – Jad Khallouf * January 22, 2020
- Road Map to an Orderly Restructuring of Lebanese Public Sector Debt January 20, 2020
- New phase of struggle opens in Lebanon – In Defence of Marxism January 20, 2020
- On Paths of Leadership in Lebanon | Asharq AL-awsat – Asharq Al-awsat English January 19, 2020
- The battle of ‘resistance’ vs ‘revolution’ in the Middle East | Arab Spring | Al Jazeera January 17, 2020
- Living Conditions Suffocate the Lebanese, Exacerbate their Suffering January 11, 2020
- Grappling between past and future: will Lebanon’s political economy reproduce itself? – Open Democracy January 10, 2020
- Hezbollah has to decide whether Iran or Lebanon comes first – The Globe and Mail January 9, 2020
Il ne faut pas perdre espoir. La révolution et la crise économique vont probablement provoquer un changement fondamental du système qui souffre de nombreux maux, dont la corruption, le gaspillage et l’impunité. – Camille Abousleiman
The more current politicians speak, the more they keep putting their feet in their mouths. ALL of them are muttering absurdities and rendering themselves irrelevant.
Lebanon had dishonest and incompetent politicians and ministers for decades. Now it needs honest and competent ones, asap.
The current politicians and the President are in a state of denial. They refuse to see the reality on the ground.
In most democracies, politicians come and go. Only in Lebanon, they cling to power for generations, and take their positions as lifetime rights.