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Lebanon 2022 Challenge Is To Gamble on Not Being a Failed State


The Lebanese nation starts a new year with an unfavorable outlook and suffocated by internal crises Lebanon faces a new academic year with expectations at rock bottom and a bleak outlook, mired in a crisis that has devastated the country at the economic and energy, social and health, political and judicial levels. With the state in clear decline and on the verge of collapse, even close to failure, the weight of the Hezbollah Shiite militia-party has reached a magnitude sufficient to control the institutions at will. With little accountability. A difficult starting point for optimism. Political instability Since Prime Minister…

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