The Assad regime remains Hezbollah’s main weapons depot, from where both Syrian-made and Iranian-produced arms often pass through en route to Hezbollah storage facilities in Lebanon.
Opinion editor, AlonBen-Meir, writes about the collapse of the Israeli government coalition.
Almost 170 MPs have spouses, children and relatives on public payroll.
By Albert R. Hunt
By Roger Myerson and John E. Herbst
Henry Kissinger at Harvard University
Should major businesses in Egypt be worried about the government’s plans to overhaul the private sector? Not necessarily, says Amr Adly. While some state-business relations will be realigned to reflect the country’s new political realities, the vast majority of them will remain largely unaffected.
By Amr Adly for Carnegie Middle East Center