My Experience In Armenia

I’ve never written articles about any of my personal life experiences. I have been writing, erasing and rewriting all over again. But I would really like to share my experience of last summer’s trip to Armenia. I also always let my emotional side take over, which you will of course notice.  I spent four months in Yerevan, doing an internship with the “Birthright Armenia” organization, and let me say that it has been an absolute pleasure. In a sense of…

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Unemployment in the Middle East and Its Contributing Factors

Abstract Nowadays, unemployment seems to affect the Lebanese work force, more specifically the Lebanese youth that are newly graduating and becoming jobless. In order to further assess the causes of this employment crisis and to propose some solutions a survey was conducted on 19 university students. The participants were divided into 2 study groups females and males. Several factors where tackled such as the educational system, the labor market and the social aspect of the country. The results were mostly…

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Lebanon: Economic Review

The objective of this article is to give an overall picture of the two of the major problems in Lebanon that leaded to the economic crisis in 2020; Public Debt and Corruption. Corruption can be seen anywhere; it is like cancer in public life. In our country, corruption covers politics, central governments, business industry and so on. In the other hand, a thick and seemingly impenetrable cloud of debt is hanging over Lebanon. In theoretical literature, the link between government…

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Zavarian Student Association of ARF was founded in 1904 in Beirut, Lebanon. Simon Zavarian along with eight Armenian scholars established a student association in the American University of Beirut.

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