21.4 C
Wednesday, June 7, 2023


cholera lebanon

Cholera outbreak: “The situation in Lebanon is fragile”

According to records from Lebanon's Public Health Ministry, there are upwards of 2,524 confirmed cases of Cholera, a bacterial illness which spreads through contaminated water, sewage and food. Already there have been...

Lebanon-Israel deal: The state of war (over gas) is over

Was it a true historic moment? Future will tell after, after Israel and Lebanon having concluded a “historic agreement” over a shared maritime border following month of US led negotiations.

Russia vs. Saudi Arabia: Behind the curtains of the oil battle

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has reshuffled the cards of the alliances on the global energy market. Moscow and Riyadh are now playing a dangerous game on the long run. But let’s...

Will decentralized solar power become the solution to Lebanon’s electricity blackouts?

The electricity scene in Lebanon is notorious for long power cuts leaving households, retailers, and industries in near-permanent anemia. Since decades chronic power shortages in Lebanon have been routine. Erratic power supplies...
yahia zoubir

Pr. Yahia Zoubir: “Food shortages could inflame the whole region”

ByTheEast: The war in Ukraine has disrupted the global agricultural supply chain. What are the short -term impacts on the countries in the MENA region? Pr. Yahia Zoubir:...
Russia Ukraine crisis

Russia-Ukraine crisis: The ramifications on Europe and MENA

Midst ongoing diplomatic efforts to avert what the United States and its allies say is a potential invasion of Ukraine by Russia, let us take a look at the background of the...
lebanon demographic change

Lebanon’s economy crisis fueling demographic change

Lebanon knows the drill: war and economic crisis lead many to emigrate. In recent years Lebanon has been engulfed in an economic turmoil. In the last 18 months this has become increasingly...
bachar el-assad

Lebanon’s energy crisis: Syria is back in the game

The economic crisis in Lebanon has been deepened by an energy crisis following the drying up of imported fuel into the country. This energy crisis has made life in Lebanon acutely difficult...
Lebanon fuel shortage

Lebanon: The looming economic collapse

Basic medical facilities and emergency services won’t be able to face the crisis. It will be game over soon. "Doctors and nurses faced grave dangers as they battled in the frontlines against...
Lebanese Pound

Hyperinflation could spark mass uprising in Lebanon

“I remember what happened in Argentina in 2011”, says Flora, an Argentinian citizen living in Beirut since 2013. “Now, my Lebanese friends understand what it means to lose everything, to see prices...