‘The sponsors of the Olympics have decided to press forward with their partnerships. These sponsors place profit over human lives.’
The Gulf States’ withdrawal from Lebanon raises the question of U.S. support amidst Iranian subterfuge.
A currency board would stabilize the Lebanese economy.
The masters of disaster — Lebanon’s political elites — should stop subsidizing Lebanon’s fuel imports and imposing price controls on fuel.
How blockchain-based finance offers a way out for those living through economic crises.
It’s a necessary first step to facilitate needed reforms that can save Lebanon from becoming a failed state under Iran’s control.
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