Since the explosion on August 4th, Beirut has been the centre of the world stage upon which international leaders have taken it upon themselves to arrive with their own help. The Lebanese government has done nothing, if not hindering help, and even more embarassingly allowed their helpless peoples to be at the mercy of NGOs’ initiative. Antonios put forward a possible strategy for the ripped-apart country to move forward.
Some may call it a city within a city, where drugs and other sellable items are passed through tiny bars from the outside world, where there are businesses, children and a unique democratic system. Passing this prison, it seems secure, normal even, like any other prison in any other country. La Paz’s Plaza de San Pedro […]
In recent weeks, UK Prime Minister David Cameron has been working to open up a discussion on the problem of corruption around the world. Perhaps it was inevitable in the wake of the numerous corruption scandals which have broken in the last few years, particularly since the 2008 global financial crisis, the Middle East uprisings […]