June 2020

NB: Due to continuing difficult conditions in Lebanon as the country tackles twin economic and coronavirus crises, there is no print edition of our June issue.

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EDITORIAL

Doomed to repeat?

LEADERS

The Lebanese people have the right to know and the capacity to contribute to their economic rescue

For economic rights

Lebanon needs a national strategy for education

The right to learn

SPECIAL REPORT BANKING AND FINANCE

The Lebanese banking sector, a long view

 Seeking clarity

Banking economists on the Lebanese banking sector

Talking bankers

Questions on data, policy design, and usefulness of assumptions

To bank or not to bank

Q&A with Riad Obegi, chairman of Banque BEMO, on banking sector challenges

Double jeopardy

ECONOMICS AND POLICY

Ziad Hayek on his and Gérard Charvet’s plan to overcome Lebanon’s financial crisis

Shock treatment

British ambassador outlines prospects of bilateral relations and economic interaction between London and Beirut

Rampling on Lebanon

Impacts of the Greater Beirut Water Supply Project

Beyond the Bisri Dam

Analysis of inflation using the Consumer Price Index

Rising prices

EDUCATION

The impact of Lebanon’s economic woes on schools and parents

Putting a price tag on education

Lebanon’s experience with distance learning

The view from afar

UNESCO survey exploring remote learning experiences during COVID-19 lockdowns

Perspectives, priorities, and possibilities for education during pandemics

CORONAVIRUS

Testing for COVID-19 in Lebanon

The new normal

LAST WORD

RAMCO strike a key moment for labor rights in Lebanon

Alternative organization

ONLINE ONLY

F&B sector operating in constantly shifting and worsening conditions

Down the rabbit hole

Q&A with Kamal Mouzwak on the impact of COVID-19 on Tawlet and Souk El Tayeb

Is the table set?

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