As`ad AbuKhalil says the last two years have been calamitous for the country.
THE ANGRY ARAB: The Franco-American Designs on Lebanon
Despite appearances to the contrary, Macron is implementing a phased version of the U.S. plan with the consent of the U.S., which has failed so far to exclude and boycott Hizbullah, writes As’ad AbuKhalil.
BEIRUT EXPLOSION: It Is Late, But it Is Early Morning if We Insist
The explosion is the cherry on top of the horrors of a 30-year post-civil war political structure that saw militia leaders turn in their fatigues for business suits, writes Vijay Prashad.
BEIRUT EXPLOSION: Impending Food Crisis in Lebanon Looms Over Migrant Workers After Blast
Even before the blast, many in this vulnerable community were stranded by pandemic travel restrictions.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Silence Over Lebanon’s Suffering
For the first time since the early 20th century, the Lebanese people are talking about famine, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
The Unwritten Rule Between the US and Hizbullah
The two sides have long agreed to keep their hostilities covert, writes As`ad AbuKhalil, but Israel would like that to change.