Tag: lebanon

Often, in its international strategy, France launches praiseworthy initiatives. But, alas, it also frequently shows itself incapable of executing them well. By a mixture of…

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Radix is featured prominently in the October 2021 issue of InterLib: Journal of the Liberal International British Group with reviews of both our recent online…

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Just when we were not expecting it anymore, good news came from Beirut on September 10. Finally, a Lebanese government was formed, officially enthroned at…

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Lebanon is crying, even though it is a country blessed by the gods. Its mountainous territory is not large (the equivalent of two French departments),…

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Help yourself, and heaven will help you!¬†Lebanon still fails to realise what the muddled Chartier de La Fontaine managed to do. It still cannot help…

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The gigantic explosion which, on Tuesday 4 August, blew up the installations of the port of Beirut and heavily damaged the old Christian quarters, is…

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