Josh Wood

A journalist's observations on Lebanon and elsewhere

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Selected Works

Lebanese Port Drifts Amid Conflicts” – The International Herald Tribune, December 12, 2012

Sectarian Conflict Kills at Least 17 in Northern Lebanon in Spillover of Syrian Civil War” – The New York Times, December 9, 2012

The Spark That Lit a Match That Started a War” – Esquire Middle East, November 2012

Could a Syrian Kurdistan Work?” – Executive Magazine, November 21, 2012

The Kurds Quietly Ascend” – Executive Magazine, October 30, 2012

Hezbollah Offering Direct Help to Syrian Army, Rebels Say” – The International Herald Tribune, October 17, 2012

In Syria, Kurds Carve Out Territory of Their Own” – Al Monitor, October 4, 2012

A Void for Sunnis in Lebanon” – The International Herald Tribune, September 19, 2012

Syrian War Tests Unity of Military in Lebanon” – The International Herald Tribune, August 29, 2012

In Lebanon, City Fights Syrian Proxy Battle” – Al Monitor, August 26, 2012

After 2 Decades, Scars of Lebanon’s Civil War Block Path to Dialogue” – The International Herald Tribune, July 11, 2012

Syrian Refugees Face Hostility in Lebanon” – The International Herald Tribune, July 4, 2012

Lebanese City Drawn Into Syrian Conflict” – The International Herald Tribune, May 17, 2012

Assassination Attempts Revive Suspicions in Lebanon About Syrian Intervention” – The International Herald Tribune, April 25, 2012

Effects of Instability Spill Over to Syria’s Neighbors” – The International Herald Tribune, March 7, 2012

Refugees From Syria on Edge in Lebanon” – The International Herald TribuneFebruary 22, 2012

Lebanese Politicians Embrace Twitter” – The International Herald Tribune, November 23, 2012

Lebanese Fear Syria’s Violence May Spill Over” – The International Herald Tribune, November 9, 2011

Syrian Refugees in Lebanon Still Face Peril” – The International Herald Tribune, October 19, 2011

The Next Pharaoh” – Executive Magazine, October 2011

Lebanon Begins to Address Abuse of Domestic Workers” – The International Herald Tribune, September 28, 2011

Underground in Beirut: A Syrian Activist Continues the Fight From Lebanon” – Boston Review, August 1, 2011

The Maturing of Street Art in Cairo” – The International Herald Tribune, July 27, 2011

Revolutionary Rebranding” – Executive Magazine, July 5, 2011

Syria’s Unrest Seeps into Lebanon” – The International Herald Tribune, May 4, 2011

In Lebanon, a More Patient Protest” – The International Herald Tribune, April 13, 2011

Dissidents From Syria Seek Haven in Lebanon” – The International Herald Tribune, April 6, 2011.

On the Ground in Cairo” – Esquire Middle East, March 2011

The Palestinians’ Long Wait in Lebanon” – The International Herald Tribune, March 2, 2011

The Balance Shifts in Lebanese Politics” – The International Herald Tribune, February 16, 2011

Locals Staff Security Checkpoints in Cairo Neighborhoods” – The International Herald Tribune, February 2, 2011

Beirut’s Old Buildings Again Under Threat” – The International Herald Tribune, January 26, 2011

UN Peacekeepers Walk Fine Line in Lebanon’s South” – The International Herald Tribune, November 24, 2010

Lebanon Cracks Down on Internet Freedom” – The New York Times/International Herald Tribune, November 3, 2010

ElBaradei’s Boycott Gamble” – Executive Magazine, November 2010

Tourism – Resistance for all the family” – Executive Magazine, July 2010

How peace pays: South Lebanon cashes in on an anything-but-interim UNIFIL” – Executive Magazine, June 2010

It’s the Economy, Stupid” – Esquire Middle East, June 2010

Stay Calm and No One Gets Hurt” – Esquire Middle East, June 2010

Surfing the Blue Line between Israel and Hezbollah” – The Christian Science Monitor, May 4, 2010

Beirut, Lebanon, where former NBA basketball player fulfill hoop dreams” – The Christian Science Monitor, April 6, 2010

No Direction Home” – Esquire Middle East, April 2010

Fight the Power” – Esquire Middle East, February 2010

Councils in northern Lebanon unite typically divided Palestinian parties” – Now Lebanon, November 9, 2009

Written by woodenbeirut

August 14, 2010 at 5:25 pm

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