Topic: Hezbollah

The Lebanese journalist and political scientist Abdel Mottaleb El-Husseini. Photo: private

Interview with the political scientist Abdel Mottaleb El-Husseini

Lebanon: "A mixture of vacuum and volcano"

KAFA demonstration on International Women's Day on 8 March in Beirut (photo: Juliane Metzker)

Domestic violence against women in Lebanon

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Protection, yes, but not enough

A poster with an image of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in front of the Syrian flag (photo: Reuters)

Book review: "The Wisdom of Syria's Waiting Game"

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How to stay in power against the odds

A political poster hanging in a market in Lebanon (photo: Ben Knight)

Hezbollah in Lebanon

How Hezbollah is paralysing Lebanese politics

Beirut near the Iranian embassy after the attack on 19 November (photo: Reuters)

Hezbollah after the Beirut Attacks

A Battle on Many Fronts

Memorial for the unknown soldier in Ankara, Turkish flags in the background (photo: Tarik Tinazay/dpa)

Turkey's Foreign Policy

Return to Pragmatism

President of the Syrian National Council (SNC) George Sabra speaks during the news conference in Istanbul, Turkey, Aug. 21, 2013 (photo: AFP/Getty Images)

George Sabra, President of the Syrian National Council

"We Always Have to Hope for a Political Solution"

Syrian activists inspect the corpses of civilians killed by nerve gas in north-eastern Damascus (photo: Reuters)

Civil War in Syria

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The Time to Act is Now

Lebanese army troops fighting radical sheikh al-Assir in Sidon (photo: Reuters)

Tension between Sunnis and Shiites in Lebanon

New Lines of Demarcation

Israeli fighter jet (photo: Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images)

Israeli Air Attacks in Syria

Blinding Flashes in a Shadowy War

Hamas activist in Gaza City (photo: Reuters)

Gaza Conflict

A Boost to Hamas

Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah (photo: AP)

Hezbollah and the Uprising in Syria

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Can the ''Party of God'' Weather the Arab Spring?

Poster of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad and Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah (photo: picture alliance/ZB)

Tension in Lebanon

In the Shadow of the Syrian Revolution

People visiting the Bushehr nuclear power plant (photo: dpa)

Iran's Controversial Nuclear Programme

Tehran's Visions versus Nuclear Realities