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What the Arab Revolutionaries Can Learn From the Lebanese

Yesterday I wrote about what the Lebanese should learn from the Arab Revolutions. But like with so many other things in life, learning is rarely a one way street. And after having spent a month and a half in Egypt … Continue reading

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What the Lebanese Can Learn From the Arab Revolutions

I think most everyone around the world can agree that this has been an extraordinary spring in the Middle East. Things I never in dreamed would happen have happened not only in one, but in two, three, four and more … Continue reading

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That which must not be named

I was having lunch with a Lebanese friend the other day, when he in the middle of the conversation smiled and said I had definitely become fully integrated into Lebanese society. Seeing that this could mean many things (both good … Continue reading

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One mans terrorist…

A few days after 11/9 2001 all employees at Reuters received an email telling them that from now on the use of words like terrorist and terrorist attacks were forbidden. The idea behind it is that one mans terrorist is … Continue reading

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