International Relations Middle East

Lebanon-Israel Maritime Border Talks

Israel and Lebanon agreed to carry out talks on the maritime time boundary dispute in the Mediterranean Sea. The negotiations will be first on non-security issues, but officials do not expect them to lead to peace talks on the UAE and Bahrain’s path. Both of these states are technically at war and, therefore, share no formal diplomatic relations. The region was raised in importance with the finding of natural gas. The talks will be mediated by the US and held under the United Nations’ auspices. It has been made clear by either side; talks don’t mean normalization of relations.

International Relations Middle East Politics

Forging Alliances in Lebanon

It was the early period of 2020 when Beirut hosted the Arab Economic and Social Development Summit. Its goal should have

Middle East Politics Society

Shock Doctrine in Lebanon

Beirut, a city portraying nostalgia of multiculturalism and possessing vibrant geographic and social spheres was rocked by a devastating blast

International Relations Middle East Politics

A Lebanese Tragedy

One of the most enduring legacies of classical Greek history is the tragedies articulated in varied contexts. The significance of