Despite appearances to the contrary, Macron is implementing a phased version of the U.S. plan with the consent of the U.S., which has failed so far to exclude and boycott Hizbullah, writes As’ad AbuKhalil.
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THE ANGRY ARAB: The Blast (and the Failed System) That Shook Lebanon
The key question after the Aug. 4 explosion in Beirut revolves around the role of the Lebanese Army command, which is the sole authority with direct control over the security and safety of the port, and its surroundings.
The West & Gulf Couldn’t Sway These Lebanese Elections
Western media got interested in this month’s Lebanese election hoping “their” candidates would win. It became a different story when Hizbullah gained the most, explains As’ad AbuKhalil.