“With time, I am starting to lose hope over the fact that justice will be brought.”
Following the Beirut port explosion, both France and the United States seem to be approaching Lebanon like moths to a candle. Why?
It would be a critical error to view international aid as “neutral” in any important sense.
The lack of an economic vision and the abundance of political uncertainty has unveiled a a model of anger economics.
How does one begin to mourn the loss of their home when they feel removed from the chaos it had been burdened with?
The Beirut explosion is an act of terror, one with a collective responsibility that falls on a corrupt sectarian power-sharing system.