Lebanon in the mid of refugee crises: Surrealism, populism and absence of public policies

This is a call to go back to constructing public policies to avoid falling into the abyss.
by Ziad El Sayegh and Nasser Yassin

25 June 2019 | 13:08

Source: by Annahar

Syrian refugees evacuated from the southern Lebanese village of Shebaa ride a bus through the Masnaa crossing on the Lebanon-Syria border leading to Damascus, on 18 April, 2018. (AFP Photo)

So far, Lebanese politicians have curtailed Lebanon’s ability to soundly manage two major crises: the Palestinian refugees’ crisis and that of the displaced Syrians. The two crises, and in a very...
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