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There are two sides to any story. One is talked about and seen by everyone, but the other is untold. We focus on the latter.

Arthur Blok17/10/2022

Entrepreneur Samie Al-Achrafi challenges regional business leaders to follow his footsteps and become a B Corporation

In a region where governments have ambitious visions to control the effects of climate change […]
The Liberum17/10/2022

Strangers Behind the Trees: On the Death of Rayan Suliman and His Fear of Monsters

Children of my Gaza refugee camp were rarely afraid of monsters but of Israeli soldiers. […]
The Liberum17/10/2022

'Elon’s gonna Elon': Musk wants Pentagon to pay for donated satellite program Ukraine’s military now depends on

With many of Ukraine’s mobile/wireless and internet networks having been destroyed during Russia’s invasion of […]
Glen Kalem-Habib16/10/2022

Hilda, the Woman Who Fell in Love with Kahlil Gibran and Mikhail Naimy

One of Gibran’s pencil drawings that were relatively unknown was recently brought to my attention: […]
The Liberum15/10/2022

US Rejection Of Moscow’s Offer For Peace Talks Is Utterly Inexcusable

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday that Moscow was open to talks with the the […]
The Liberum14/10/2022

How the booming spyware industry is making life hell for journalists around the world

A new report lays out a grim picture of how surveillance tech has helped governments […]
The Liberum14/10/2022

Biden’s ‘schizophrenic’ National Security Strategy

The White House says we need international cooperation, but still wants to decide who’s in […]
The Liberum13/10/2022

How is Russia’s parallel currency system going?

Efforts to avoid sanctions by promoting an alternative to US-dominated financial networks has its challenges. […]
The Liberum12/10/2022

Getting the Economy Wrong

Qaïs Saied has consolidated his hold on Tunisia, but economic woes mean his control remains […]
The Liberum11/10/2022

Relentless: JFK on Cuba; Putin on Ukraine

On Oct. 6, President Joe Biden warned: "First time since the Cuban missile crisis, we have […]
Glen Kalem-Habib10/10/2022

Kahlil Gibran and Faris Malouf: the story of an unsuccessful venture (1924-25)

Faris Saleem Malouf (1892-1958) emigrated from Lebanon to the United States in 1907. Like many Lebanese […]
The Liberum10/10/2022

The myth of an emerging ‘Mideast NATO’

Israel wants to forge a military alliance with Gulf states to check Iran. But the […]
The Liberum09/10/2022

What’s Driving Russia’s Opportunistic Inroads With Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Arabs

Amid the war in Ukraine, Moscow continues to build bridges in the Middle East. By […]
Arthur Blok08/10/2022

Award-winning Lebanese-born Australian journalist Daizy Gedeon determined to change Lebanon for the better

It is raining awards and prizes for Lebanese-born Australian journalist and filmmaker Daizy Gedeon (57). […]
The Liberum08/10/2022

Why We Can't Have Nice Things—Like Socialism—in the United States

The never-ending impact of a forgotten Blitzkrieg against the American left. By Adam Hochschild Donald […]