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Russia’s efforts to help Lebanon restore electricity

The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of this site. This site does not give financial, investment or medical advice. Russia’s efforts to help Lebanon restore electricity Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Russian diplomacy played a major role in the…

Will another Hariri help Lebanon to recover?

The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of this site. This site does not give financial, investment or medical advice. Will another Hariri help Lebanon to recover? Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Reports that Ayman Hariri had been asked to…

Electricity for Syria and Lebanon depends on the US

The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of this site. This site does not give financial, investment or medical advice. Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Electricity for Syria and Lebanon depends on the US Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator…
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Lebanon faces living without food, water, electricity, medicine and gasoline

Lebanon faces living without food, water, electricity, medicine and gasoline Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Gasoline had been subsidized by the Lebanese government, but now it will fluctuate depending on the import cost on a free market price. The government had supported merchants importing gasoline previously, as well as flour, medicine, and several basic…
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Lebanon is on the brink of social explosion and breakdown

Lebanon is on the brink of social explosion and breakdown Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Najib Mikati has received 73 votes from the Lebanese Parliament, making him the new Prime Minister elect. He stated he would not have accepted the position unless he had international support, and he agreed with President Michel Aoun to…
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Sectarian policies in Lebanon causing suffering: interview with Lebanese Journalist Ali Yehya

https://www.mideastdiscourse.com/2021/07/01/sectarian-policies-in-lebanon-causing-suffering-interview-with-lebanese-journalist-ali-yehya/ Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Lebanon’s 6 million people have been suffering through a crisis which began 20 months ago, and there is no end to the suffering in sight.  Severe shortages of medicine, fuel, electricity and a myriad of basic goods in the import-dependent country. The crisis, which began in late 2019,…
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Syrians abroad vote for a return to stability

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator https://www.mideastdiscourse.com/2021/05/22/syrians-abroad-vote-for-a-return-to-stability/ Syrians went to their embassy, or consulate, in dozens of countries abroad to vote for president on May 20, while the domestic vote will take place May 26. Some voiced their vote for President Bashar al-Assad was based on his ability to steer Syria out of a 10-year…
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The Lebanese crisis is directed against Syrian reconstruction: says Dr. Jamal Wakim

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Syrian investors have about $42 billion in Lebanese banks. The corrupt Lebanese banking system has frozen those accounts and prevented withdrawals.  The Syrian economic crisis is caused in large part by the Lebanese crisis. In the summer of 2019, the Lebanese crisis began with street protests. This was instigated…
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The verdict is out, and a new investigation is beginning in Beirut

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator The verdict was finally delivered Aug. 18 by presiding Judge David Re, of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL), based near The Hague in The Netherlands. The trial, which began in 2014 and cost about $1 billion, found that there was no direct evidence implicating the leadership of Hezbollah, or of…
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“It’s Not Clear If Beirut Port Explosion Was Accident Or Attack”: Esper Tells FOX

No Title Last night on Judge Jeanine, Defense Secretary Esper called it “regrettable” that “some in the media” were trying to divide him and the president over the Beirut explosion by just pointing out that he said it was probably an accident while Trump said it looked like an attack. pic.twitter.com/F5IuZE21pw US Defense Secretary Mark…

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