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Lebanon’s Current Crisis Echoes Its World War I Great Famine

Should the United States continue inconsistently checking the power of the so-called Iranian-led Axis of Resistance without offering an outlet of relief to Lebanese, in...

Lebanon is facing multiple social, economic, and political calamities on account of a combination of factors including a corrupt political class, a non-state actor Hezbollah acting at the bidding of Iran, and a…

  • Robert G. Rabil
  • The National Interest

The resulting situation, if not soberly and swiftly attended, will lead to a catastrophe no less consequential than the mass starvation of the Great War (1914-1915) that exterminated one-quarter of Lebanon’s population.

In fact, this ominous statement is a cognitive reflection of the…

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