CrisisWatch Digest Lebanon
CrisisWatch Digest Lebanon

CrisisWatch Digest Lebanon

The CrisisWatch Digest Lebanon offers a monthly one-page snapshot of conflict-related country trends in a clear, accessible format, using a map of the region to pinpoint developments.

CrisisWatch Digest – August

What Happened In August?  Prime Minister Mikati and President Aoun restarted consultations on forming a cabinet after a weeks-long pause, but without a breakthrough. Meanwhile, the economic crisis deepened. There were hopes of a U.S.-mediated deal to resolve a long-running maritime dispute with Israel.

Why Does It Matter?  Negotiations to form a new cabinet, which is crucial for carrying out reforms to unlock international fi nancing, are becoming drawn-out. If not resolved, the maritime dispute could become a flashpoint between Hizbollah and Israel, and also be politicised in Lebanon.

Download the Lebanon CrisisWatch Digest – August here.

CrisisWatch Digest Lebanon Archive

June 2022 CrisisWatch Digest on Lebanon is available here.
May 2022 CrisisWatch Digest on Lebanon is available here.
April 2022 CrisisWatch Digest on Lebanon is available here.
March 2022 CrisisWatch Digest on Lebanon is available here.
February 2022 CrisisWatch Digest on Lebanon is available here.
January 2022 CrisisWatch Digest on Lebanon is available here.
November 2021 Crisiswatch Digest on Lebanon is available here.
October 2021 Crisiswatch Digest on Lebanon is available here.
September 2021 Crisiswatch Digest on Lebanon is available here.
August 2021 CrisisWatch Digest on Lebanon is available here.