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Hezbollah news and analysis from The Nation
September 1, 2020
After the Beirut Blast, Hezbollah Almost Went to War
But when the smoke cleared, the Party of God was in the midst of an existential political crisis.
January 7, 2020
Trump’s Assassination of Iran’s Suleimani Was a Colossal Strategic Blunder
In one blow, Washington has strengthened Iran’s hard-liners, revived its nuke program, drawn Iraq closer to Tehran, stymied popular regional uprisings, and endangered Americans around the world.
November 27, 2019
With American Help, Lebanon Once Again Nears the Abyss
Lebanon needs change. The people demand it and even some of the leaders know it. But US involvement threatens that possibility.
May 17, 2019
Trump May Not Want War With Iran—but the Coalition of the Killing May Give Him One
That’s why it’s critical that the public, Congress, and especially Dems seeking to replace Trump in 2020 speak out against it now.
September 5, 2018
The Syrian War Is Still Raging, but the Battle Over Reconstruction Has Already Begun
Russia is pushing for Western funding—with little success.
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April 5, 2018
Israel and Hezbollah Are Girding for War—and the Next Round Could Be Horrific
Hezbollah has been steadily consolidating power and weapons—and some fighters maintain it played a role in shooting down an Israeli jet over Syria.