Mohamed Chebaro is a British-Lebanese journalist with more than 25 years’ experience covering war, terrorism, defense, current affairs and diplomacy. He is also a media consultant and trainer.
Stalemate on the cards in French pension reform row
UK should end demonization of immigrants amid labor shortage
It may be a simplistic observation, but it is often not mentioned: A politician whose parents were migrants is today working to bolster the UK’s broken asylum system to curb new arrivals’ entry to the UK.
King Charles could help UK recalibrate its compass on EU
Reversing Brexit must not be taboo in UK’s political discourse
The Brexit saga has again and again been the absolute disruptor of British life since 2016. Despite the many excuses, it is increasingly clear that the process that has divided the country has hurt Britain, the UK economy and the standing of this leading union in Europe and the world.
Lebanon’s never-ending natural and human-made disasters
World will have to find a balance as AI flourishes
World must quickly find a way to end the Ukraine war
Migration likely to be a ‘forever problem’
No time for West to be risk-averse on helping Ukraine
The supply of Western tanks to Ukraine will be a game changer. However, the hesitation seen in some NATO countries — particularly Germany — could be an indication of how precarious the Western coalition supporting Ukraine is and hints at cracks possibly appearing in 2023.
Is it time for UK to shift its engagement with Iran?
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