All Articles

Search by
Lebanon
Clear All
8 Results

Over the past several months, universities in America and Europe have been at the center of protests over Gaza. So why have Arab universities been silent, despite their rich history of activism?

Mohammed Masbah

“We can now really speak about two Arab worlds: the Gulf and everyone else.” 

Tarik M. Yousef

Middle East Council experts analyze the implications of the exchange of strikes between Iran and Israel for the ongoing war on Gaza.

Galip Dalay, Omar H. Rahman, Ranj Alaaldin, Özge Genç, Adel Abdel Ghafar, Shahram Akbarzadeh, Hamidreza Azizi

A major conflagration in the Middle East has loomed large since October 7, and each day that Israel’s onslaught of Gaza continues with U.S. backing, it becomes more likely

Omar H. Rahman

The shocking and unprecedented attack by Hamas on southern Israel caught the technologically advanced Israeli army and security forces by surprise. Hamas’s initial assault killed more than 1,400 Israelis, and thousands of Palestinians have been killed as Israel has retaliated in Gaza.

Rabah Arezki

As Israel’s assault on Gaza rages on, the prospect of a regionalization of the fighting grows. Lebanon, in particular, remains the most likely point of escalation, even if the country cannot afford it.

Ibrahim Jouhari