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Ali al-Amin

Ali al-Amin is a Lebanese writer

16 December 2018 02:07 AM

Hezbollah: Hollow victories, or terrible defeats

The process of forming the government in Lebanon is still obstructed and is held captive by Hezbollah’s plots and machinations, which it does not hesitate to use whenever necessary. Thus, whenever any visible signs of resolving the situation and forming a cabinet appear, Hezbollah would pull a rabbit out of its hat.

04 December 2018 09:16 PM

The fading shadow of Iranian dominance

The Iranian method, adopted almost four decades ago with the Iranian Revolution, does not seem to be capable of rationalizing the approach of domination and influence, and it seems to be going in one direction.

26 November 2018 09:00 PM

Iran’s regime has a track record of defeats

The problem with Iran’s rulers is that they have come to rely on their expansionist foreign policies as the means for covering their internal failures.

16 October 2018 02:25 PM

Iranian hegemony and the fragility of the Lebanese state

Lebanon, which is crumbling as an Arab state and as a party with an Arab role, has become a place where the leaders of the security and military apparatus have turned into stars with the help of the security identity strengthened by Hezbollah. This identity has not been solidified in terms of confronting external dangers but in terms of confronting of the Lebanese model of diversity in its cultural and political context.

13 October 2018 10:24 PM

Lebanese innovation stronger than Iran’s grip

Lebanon is deteriorating as a state and as an Arab country. The new stars in Lebanon are the heads of the security and military agencies, thanks to efforts by Hezbollah to push the agenda of security above all else