The reaction of Lebanese people toward their country’s economic, political, educational, health and environmental problems is very surprising. A researcher can understand why the Lebanese accept, after a long war, that the same Zua’ama run the country. They are war-weary and want relief. But...
Lebanon Election: Stockholm Syndrome and Florence Nightingale Effect
In 2004, the European Union and several other organizations opposed the death penalty carried out by the Lebanese government against three persons convicted of murder. Since that date, Lebanon has frozen the implementation of its capital punishment law. Yet, following several murders recently,...
Lebanon Election Stockholm Syndrome and Florence Nightingale Effect
Madeleine Albright, the leaders of Lebanon, and the banality of evil
Barazek, Croissants and Siniora Declare the End of March 8th and 14th