Monday April 6, 2020

There can be no winner in scorched-earth stalemate

Like you, I’ve been watching the new Lebanon war with horror. After three weeks of fighting, there are still huge political and military questions that remain unanswered.

29th July, 2006

Like you, I’ve been watching the new Lebanon war with horror. After three weeks of fighting, there are still huge political and military questions that remain unanswered.

Politically, it is hard to understand - if you believe in land for peace – why Hezbollah kidnapped two Israeli soldiers when Israel has not occupied southern Lebanon for six years.

Why did Israel respond so aggressively when it did not need to? Why did the...

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