Dec 29, 2020
Lebanon’s Financial Crisis – Policy inaction at its worst
Lebanon’s Financial Crisis – Policy inaction at its worst
Lebanon is facing a financial crisis of unprecedented proportions. After piling-up unsustainable levels of debt (equivalent to circa 180% of its GDP today) to prop-up its rentier and consumerist economy from the early 1990’s to 2018, its day of reckoning has come. Being a heavily import-dependent nation with rapidly depleting foreign currency reserves, Lebanon has defaulted on its sovereign debt.…
Dec 29, 2020
Morocco’s Fight Against COVID-19
Dec 29, 2020
Kuwait 2020 Elections: Winds of Change or a Coming Storm?
Dec 29, 2020
“Jordan’s Parliamentary Elections”, a reflection of the political reality
Dec 08, 2020
Position Statement 3 - State-subsidies are not the solution anyway
Nov 26, 2020
Lebanon in crisis: is there an exit?
Nov 26, 2020
COVID-19 Vaccines: Accessible or not?
Nov 26, 2020
Tunisia: separating politics from the economy
Nov 26, 2020
The Public Procurement Law in Lebanon: First Serious Step Towards Combating Corruption
Nov 20, 2020
Statement of Solidarity with EIPR
Nov 11, 2020
An IMF bailout for Lebanon can make things worse.
Nov 11, 2020
Deal of the century: Arab-Israeli Normalization and the Siege of Palestine.
Nov 11, 2020
Protests in Iraq: Wide and Diverse Cultural, Geographic, and Gender Participation.