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A Lebanese political researcher and teacher. He teaches Middle Eastern studies at the American University of Paris and writes articles and studies on reforms, democratic transitions, elections, civil society and citizenship in Lebanon and the Arab region.
Georges Saadeh - Wikipedia
Information about Georges Saadeh, a Lebanese politician, was appointed as a minister in several governments and was the head of Kataeb party for twelve years.
Michel Sleiman - Wikipedia
Information about Michel Sleiman, Lebanese President who held the position of commander of the Lebanese Armed Forces.
Porfessor Dr Walid Phares
Expert, advisor and lecturer on matters related to international security, civil societies, democracy, terrorism and Middle East conflicts. President Donald Trump Advisor. Co-Secretary General of the Transatlantic Parliamentary Group on Counter Terrorism.
Elie Kayrouz - Wikipedia
Information about Elie Kayrouz, a Lebanese Maronite politician, member of the Lebanese Forces party and has been an MP in the Lebanese Parliament as a representative of Bcharre district.
Great Men from Lebanon
Provides brief curriculum for a selection of prominent Lebanese personalities, including presidents, prime ministers, political and religious leaders.
Musa Freiji Website
Official website of Musa Freiji, a candidate for the Roman Orthodox seat in Zahle District in the Lebanese 2009 parliamentary elections.
Michel Chiha - Wikipedia
Information about Michel Chiha, a Lebanese thinker, banker, politician, writer and journalist. Considered one of the fathers of the Lebanese Constitution.
Minister Gaby Layoun
Information about Minister Gaby Leon Capi Emile Layoun, a Lebanese engineer and politician. Represented the Free Patriotic Movement in the Najib Miqati Government (June 2011 - February 2014) as the Minister of Culture.
Alex Michael Azar, a Lebanese American lawyer who served top postitions in legal as well as drug companies. Also, served as the Secretary and Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services during President Donald Trump and George W. Bush Administrations.
Farid Abboud - Wikipedia
Information about Farid Abboud, a Lebanese diplomat who served as Ambassador of Lebanon to the United States and Tunisia.
Ramzi Irani - Wikipedia
Information about Ramzi Irani, a Lebanese Forces student representative at Lebanese University in Beirut, was abducted and later found dead in 2002.
Walid Maalouf Website
Offers information about the Lebanese director of Public Diplomacy for Middle Eastern and the Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) Affairs at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Walid Maalouf.
Hagop Pakradounian - Wikipedia
Information about Hagop Pakradounian, a politician of Armenian decent, leader of the Lebanese branch of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation.
Marwan Hamadeh - Wikipedia
Information about Marwan Hamadeh, a Lebanese Minister of telecommunications and member of Parliament.