Monthly Archives: October 2011

Cost Analysis of Change

While political scientists rush to give predictions on the effects of the Arab Revolution on the future of the region, and sociologists determine the most effective ways for the revolutionaries to deal with their newfound freedom, economists have now jumped … Continue reading

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This Revolution Continues

I could say that the highlight of the past weeks was the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to Yemeni political and human rights activist Tawakul Karman, the first Arab woman to receive the honor. I could also say the highlight … Continue reading

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The Road to Secularism – Part III

If all roads lead to Rome, is Lebanon’s road to secularism doomed from the start? When I look back at the beginning of our road to secularism, I see an empty path that slowly gained loyal adherents along the way.  I … Continue reading

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