All the Ingredients Are in Place for Another War Between Israel and Hezbollah

An Italian peacekeeper observes construction workers building a wall along the Israeli border, Naqoura, southern Lebanon, Feb. 8, 2018 (AP photo by Hussein Malla).
An Italian peacekeeper observes construction workers building a wall along the Israeli border, Naqoura, southern Lebanon, Feb. 8, 2018 (AP photo by Hussein Malla).
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Now that the self-proclaimed Islamic State is mostly uprooted in Syria, observers are wondering what the next stage in Syria’s complicated war will bring. The post-ISIS phase conjures a series of possible scenarios, including dangerous escalation and a much larger internationalization of the conflict, as seen in recent weeks with Turkey’s campaign against the Kurds, an American strike on reported Russian mercenaries attacking U.S.-backed forces, and Israel’s skirmish with Iran—all on Syrian soil. But there’s another area where the reverberations from the war in Syria have the potential to explode. Tensions between Lebanon and Israel are simmering, and all the […]

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