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Reversing the Trend of Emotional Lows: The Case of the Beirut Explosion

Reversing the Trend of Emotional Lows: The Case of the Beirut Explosion

Reading Time: < 1 minute “The impact of a traumatic event of this intensity and scale goes well beyond what the eye can see. It is therefore important to acknowledge that victims of this traumatic event are not only limited to survivors of physical injuries, as victims include responders and witnesses who might also exhibit psychological and emotional distress. In

The madness of clowning around in an economic tornado

Reading Time: 8 minutes Two months after a blundering collage of new budgetary revenue measures drove people into a unified and spontaneous civil uprising, the state of Lebanon remains an unresolved mess. Six weeks of attempts by the political regime to uphold and reorganize what the people perceived as a corrupt system only made the country’s social and economic

Lebanon’s banks remain stable, seeing moderate growth

Reading Time: 12 minutes Socioeconomically, Lebanon at the end of 2018 gives the appearance of having experienced a year of only two seasons: an overlong Carnival of political absurdities, and a Halloween of economic horrors. As opposed to the usual cycles of tilling, seeding, ripening, and harvesting, these two seasons of 2018 were profoundly unproductive. If this failure of

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