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Lines in the Sea

Lines in the Sea

The maritime dispute between Israel and Lebanon has implications for the claims of other states and the energy industry’s perception of the region as a viable space for development. If Israel and Lebanon manage to work out their differences, others may follow suit.

Why There’s Hope for Libya

Why There’s Hope for Libya

Libya now has a unified national government that resulted from a peaceful transition of power and handover by the two rival governments. Two top U.N. envoys to Libya say they could have hardly imagined this development a year ago when they were serving in the United Nations.

‘It’s like Judgment Day’: Syrians Recount Horror of an Underreported COVID-19 Outbreak

‘It’s like Judgment Day’: Syrians Recount Horror of an Underreported COVID-19 Outbreak

Syrians ravaged by war are now dying from a pandemic the government has downplayed.

Asser Khattab