| 17 April 2024, Wednesday |

“We’ve lost international community’s trust,” regrets Khaled Abou Chakra

The international community engages with Lebanon on the assumption that “accepting something is better than taking nothing.” This norm, which began with humanitarian help, is established in the delineation of maritime borders and, according to signs, will be extended to discussions with the International Monetary Fund.

The unifying denominator among the three facts is the state’s fragility and the hurry of the authority commanding it to achieve short-term successes, even if they are simply a continuation of a succession of failures.

Khaled Abou Chakra, an economic affairs journalist, joined us to provide further insight on this case.

  • Sawt Beirut International