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Michal Kranz
Michal Kranz

Michal Kranz is a freelance journalist based in Beirut, covering everything from US national security to refugee issues in Lebanon.

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The terror and guilt of watching Beirut from afar

07 August, 2020

Beirut, a welcoming cosmopolitan city loved by all those who call it home, lies in ruins. Michal Kranz, a journalist until recently based in Beirut, offers a message of solidarity

Lebanon's alliance with the US has run its course

28 July, 2020

Comment: Unless the US takes serious steps to repair the relationship, there will be few incentives left for the Lebanese to keep the alliance alive, writes Michal Kranz.

Lebanese leaders hoped protesters would go home

06 February, 2020

Comment: Until they see a real improvement in living conditions, Lebanese protesters have little incentive to leave the streets, writes Michal Kranz.

Lebanese security forces crackdown on Syrian refugees

21 November, 2018

Lebanon's General Security Directorate is actively and explicitly enforcing restrictive employment laws against Syrian refugees in southern parts of the country, writes Michal Kranz.

Lebanese truckers remain locked out of vital trade routes

26 October, 2018

The opening of the Jordan-Syrian border was hailed by traders, but the movement of goods across the border has not fully resumed due to security threats and high tariffs.

Michal Kranz
Michal Kranz

Michal Kranz is a freelance journalist based in Beirut, covering everything from US national security to refugee issues in Lebanon.

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