Hassan Rahmeh is a university lecturer, independent researcher and writer with an extensive academic background and rich professional experiences. Specialising in the literary, intellectual and sociopolitical domains, his work is characterised by its depth of analysis and his commitment to elucidating complex global issues. Hassan is passionate about contributing to informed debates and discussions on global intellectual and sociopolitical phenomena.
Items by Hassan Rahmeh
- October 2, 2023 Hassan Rahmeh
The revered Académie Française, an institution with a rich history that spans nearly four centuries and stands as a staunch protector of the French language, has announced its new head. Amin Maalouf, the Lebanese-born French author renowned for his vast contribution to literature, has been elected as the academy’s...
- August 14, 2023 Hassan Rahmeh
Fadwa Tuqan wasn’t just a poet; she was an emblem of resistance, the embodiment of rebellion against not just one, but multiple constricting forces. Born in 1917 in the shimmering sands of Nablus, her poetic voice arose resounding with both grace and grit. Diving into the annals of her...
- August 4, 2023 Hassan Rahmeh
The annual commemoration of the Beirut blast has now become a symbol of something else: an outpouring of grief and emotion, accompanied by a staggering lack of action in identifying those responsible. Though the memory of the blast remains vivid, the pursuit of justice seems to have been forgotten....
- August 1, 2023 Hassan Rahmeh
On the brink of socio-economic collapse, Lebanon finds itself caught in a relentless and unforgiving cycle that threatens its very foundation. The heart of this vexing challenge lies in a vicious loop where the government struggles with providing essential services, while citizens withhold their tax payments demanding more in...