In sight of an everworsening situation in the country of cedars, calls for state intervention are increasing. Not only for money or food, but for the shelter of the military. That on the other side is now provided by foreign countries. With money and food.
Who ever had the opportunity to travel to the Beqaa Valley, like I had today, will soon have realised just how difficult it is to hold control over a state like Lebanon. The coast of Lebanon has always been a place to trade and exchange between different countries and empires. Tyros, Saida, Byblos or Tripolis… Continue reading Two States in one