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Pham & Krauss argue that the ceasefire in the conflict in Lebanon "is really the intermission after the first act of an ongoing drama."
FDD Student Fellow Ilya Bourtman studies the Israel-Azerbaijan relationship.
Walid Phares and Claudia Rosett discuss the implications of a UN ceasefire here and here.
Posted by Blog Editor at 08:22 AM in FDD in the News, Hezbollah, Israel/Palestine, Oil-For-Food/U.N. | Permalink
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