But Hezbollah has hardly been a dispassionate referee amid the sectarian civil strife that has infected the Middle East since the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003.
Hezbollah was the only major militia allowed to retain its weapons upon the conclusion of the Lebanese Civil War, so it should be no surprise that it has grown to dominate Lebanese politics in the years since.
Sep 19, 2017 · Hezbollah was the only major militia allowed to retain its weapons upon the conclusion of the Lebanese Civil War, so it should be no surprise that …
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Hezbollah Is the Real Winner of the Battle of Aleppo Assad and his Syrian regime are just a figurehead; the real victory belongs to the resurgent Party of God. Al-Monitor 5 min read
The hubris of Hezbollah A few months ago, I figured out how the Arab League would defeat Hezbollah in Syria. My theory seemed utterly insane, but I was correct.
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Andrew Exum Andrew Exum is a contributing editor at The Atlantic. From 2015 to 2016, he was the U.S. deputy assistant secretary of defense for Middle East policy. The Hubris of Hezbollah. How
Iran will take the windfall it will gain from the easing of sanctions to fuel its proxies in the region: Hezbollah in Lebanon, the Assad regime in Syria and the Houthi rebels in Yemen, to name
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Uri Bar-Joseph, ‘The Hubris of Initial Victory’ in Clive Jones and Sergio Catignani, eds., Israel and Hizbollah: An Asymmetric Conflict in a Historical and Comparative Perspective (New York