Imad Mughniyeh

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A Puzzling Escalation in the Golan

The Syrian vortex has made strange bedfellows over the past year. The rise of the Islamic State had the effect of briefly putting everyone else on the same team, a federation of American fighter pilots, Hizbullah commandos, Syrian Army rank-and-file, and Iranian military strategists. Israel contributed the odd play, but mostly communicated its support for Team World in the language … Continue reading

Dissertation Prizes, Fake Twitter Followers, and Imad Mughniyyeh

The semester is drawing to a close, and I’m looking forward to a long summer of book research and some more consistent blogging. A couple quick notes: Syria Offed Imad Mughniyeh? Check out this Foreign Policy article about the assassination of Imad Mughniyeh. The author, Mark Perry, promises a big reveal and doesn’t fully deliver but … Continue reading

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