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Hezbollah torn between its local and regional roles

Summary — In light of the raging regional crises, Hezbollah has been intervening outside Lebanon’s border in support of its foreign allies in Syria, Iraq and elsewhere, raising controversy inside the country about the movement’s local and regional influence. By Dr. Haytham Mouzahem for Al-monitor–Translator: Sahar Ghoussoub – On Jan. 17, the …

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Esistono false rivoluzioni?

di Dr. Haytham Mouzahem — Esistono rivoluzioni false e rivoluzioni autentiche? E qual è il criterio per classificare una rivoluzione come autentica o falsa? Il giudizio espresso su una rivoluzione deve sottostare al nostro background ideologico, religioso e politico e alla nostra posizione politica rispetto ad essa, perché alla rivoluzione …

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Morocco hails Sweden’s U-turn on recognising Western Sahara

Morocco has praised Sweden’s decision not to recognise Western Sahara as an independent state, following months of diplomatic tensions over the Swedish stance on the disputed territory. “Sweden’s decision not to recognise the so-called Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic [SADR] complies with international law and is consistent with the UN-brokered political …

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Middle East Experts Attend A Mekong Learning Journey

The Levant Exclusive – By Strategic Foresight Group – On November 17-20, 2014, members of the Blue Peace Middle East Community embarked on a learning journey to explore and learn first-hand about cooperation on the Lower Mekong River Basinin South East Asia. The delegation from the Middle East included Members …

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