Israel and Hezbollah

By Sean Aqui | Related entries in Foreign Policy, Israel, The World, United Nations

I’ve avoided writing about the Israel-Hezbollah conflict for weeks, because when I finally did tackle it I wanted to do it right. I didn’t want to simply assess blame — as with anything in the Middle East, there’s plenty to go around. I didn’t want simply to take sides — our interests are not fully aligned with Israel or anybody else. I wanted to address some realities on the ground and point the way toward possible solutions.

Here’s what I came up with.

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5 Responses to “Israel and Hezbollah”

  1. yuccamngns Says:

    Israel and Hezbollah


  2. trish-shields Says:

    Israel and Hezbollah


  3. sheaffer4 Says:

    Israel and Hezbollah


  4. Minisite Design Says:

    Israel and Hezbollah conflict…. mmmm… that’s sounds sensitive issue for me. I just want to say is good luck! Minisite Design

  5. Louise Benedict Says:


    What can you possibly address for Israel and Hezbollah to patch matters , given all ears are willing to listen on you?

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