Country: Lebanon

Demonstrators on Tahrir Square in Cairo (photo: AP)

The Arab Spring's Balance Sheet

The Grapes of Arab Wrath

Tarek Mitri addressing the UN Security Council in 2006 (photo: AP)

Interview with Tarek Mitri

The Fruits of Pent-Up Fear

Pro-Assad rally in Damascus (photo: AP)

Syria's Minorities and the Uprising against the Regime

In Assad's Fortress

'Beirut One by One' by Issam Barhouch and Zena Assi (photo: Wilma Knipp)

Contemporary Art in Lebanon

Between Dreams and Violence

Delegates at the Arab League summit in Cairo in November 2011 (photo: dapd)

International Sanctions Against Syria

''A Declaration of Economic War''

Young Egyptian reading Al-Ahram, one day after Mubarak's fall (photo: AP)

The Image of the West in the Arab Media

The Perception of the Other

Caricature of the Syrian artist Ali Farzat (© Ali Farzat)

Syrian Artists Caught between Censorship and Criticism

The Art of Ambiguity

Demonstration against Assad in Syria (photo: AP)

The Opposition in Syria

A Multitude of Uprisings

Syrian president al-Assad with Turkish foreign minister Davutoglu (photo: AP)

Interview with Mustafa el-Labbad

''Turkey Regards the Assad Regime as Finished''

Houssam Bokeili’s ‘A Bus and its replicas’ (photo: Umam Documentation and Research’)

''The Hangar'' Gallery in Beirut

A Bus as Symbol of Death and Loss

Young person on Tahrir Square wearing a ''25 January'' mask (photo: AP)

The Arab Spring and Demography

The Revolutionary Power of Youth

view of the Armenian Orthodox St. Serge church in Damascus (photo: dpa)

Syria: The Opposition and the Church

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A Slap in the Face for the Pro-Democracy Movement

Kristjan Järvi and the Absolute Ensemble (photo: PR)

Daniel Schnyder, the Absolute Ensemble & Marcel Khalifé

Marriage of East-West Music on the Hudson

Women protesting in Cairo against the Mubarak regime (photo: dpa)

Interview with Sami Kilani

''The Symbol of Resistance Is Not the Bullet!''

Blouzaat.18: ''Who is in who is out'', Ahmad Sabbagh, silk-screen print on canvas, 29x29 cm, “Expired… Dying New World Exhebition”, Amman, Jordan, 2009 (source: From Here To Fame Publishing)

Modern Arabic Graffiti

Ancient calligraphy meets politics in modern Arabic graffiti

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