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Social Media: Middle East/Caucasus: Middle East: Lebanon

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Hizballah Opens a Second Front
The author discusses the escalation of hostilities by Hizballah against Israel and suggests possible Israeli responses. By Michael Eisenstadt. (Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 7/13/2006) Read More...

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Iran and its Hezbollah Allies Escalate Their Aggressive Policies in the Middle East
The author discusses the Iranian involvement in supporting Hezbollah and suggests how the US should respond. By James Phillips. (Heritage Foundation, 7/13/2006) Read More...

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At Crossroads, Hezbollah Goes on the Attack
The calculations behind Hezbollah's recent aggressive actions and how Iran and Syria play into the equation. Choosing militancy over politics. By Neil MacFarquhar and Hassan M. Fattah (The New York Ti... Read More...

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Israel crisis keeps oil near peak
Article looks at how the current situation in the Middle East involving Israel, Lebanon, Hamas and Hizbullah could contribute to high oil prices and further effects on the world economy. (BBC, 07/14/0... Read More...

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Signs that crisis is regional, not just Israel vs. Palestinians
As violence escalates in the Middle East, concern that Iran may be guiding actions taken against Israel in a quest for regional hegemony. By Steven Erlanger. (New York Times, 7/13/06) Read More...

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Hizballah: Learning to Live with Resolution 1559
The authors explain how Hizballah has responded to international pressures to disarm and also discuss the possibility of renewed sectarian violence in Lebanon. By Nicholas Blanford and David Schenker... Read More...

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One Year after the Cedar Revolution: The Potential for Sunni-Shiite Conflict in Lebanon
The author describes the rise of Sunni radicalism in Lebanon and explains why it is unlikely that Hizballah will conform to international pressure to demilitarize. By David Schenker. (Washington Ins... Read More...

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How UN Pressure on Hizballah Impedes Lebanese Reform
The author argues that western demands on Hizballah to halt its military activities perpetuate Lebanon’s political gridlock and hinder efforts to reform the country’s corrupt and inefficient system. ... Read More...

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Al Qaeda's Smart Bombs
The author examines the nationality and background of bin Laden sponsored terrorists who killed themselves since 1995. More importantly, he looks at the nationality of their targets to reveal a patte... Read More...

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An Amazing Denouement, but also a Triumph for 'Soft Power'
On the diplomatic process that achieved the once seemingly-impossible, namely the swift & bloodless withdrawal of the Syrians from Lebanon, & what it says about Bush's foreign policy. By David Ignati... Read More...

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I may not be sure about God or the Devil, but I still believe in the United Nations
The author of the ground-breaking book on Lebanon "Pity the Nation", also award-winning Middle East correspondent for the UK's The Independent, makes the case for the UN by drawing upon recent Iraqi &... Read More...

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Rooting for the Good Guys
Friedman writes that political turmoil in Israel, the Palestinian territories, Iraq, and Lebanon all pose the question of whether democracy can take root and thrive in the Middle East. By Thomas L. F... Read More...

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Lebanon heads financial watchdog group
Arab banks get set to toughen up on money laundering (Daily Star, April 19 2005) Read More...

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Book Review: The Missing Peace: The Inside Story of the Fight for Middle East Peace
No one is more qualified to recount and examine the on-again, off-again Middle East peace process than Dennis Ross, who served as Middle East envoy and the chief peace negotiator under both George H.W... Read More...

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Can Hezbollah Go Straight?
The author writes that by blatantly backing Syria in the face of Lebanese and international calls for Syrian withdrawal from Lebanon, the Shi'ite political party and militia Hezbollah risks alienating... Read More...

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Lebanon and the Peace Process After the Israeli Withdrawal
(Nixon Center, 6/8/2000)

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