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Analysis: Hezbollah is the most powerful force in Lebanon, and it has the guns to guarantee it.
Analysis: US silence on Tunisia proves it favors stability over democracy in Arab world.
Violence is on the rise as political maneuvering, inside and outside Iraq, creates a power vacuum.
Analysis: As US troops became mired in fighting an insurgency, Iran extended its influence.
Analysis: Lebanon's southern frontier with Israel is the most volatile border in the Middle East today.
Muqtada al-Sadr is positioning himself as kingmaker.
By surviving its internal challenge, the Iranian regime has emerged stronger.
Whether US and Israel like it or not, Hamas represents a majority in Gaza.
What Arab activists need from Washington is support for an independent judiciary and a free press.
The US and Europe must ensure that the most volatile border in the Middle East stays under control.
Why the Obama administration should focus on Israel-Syria relations, over Israel-Palestine.
How Ahmadinejad plays better on the Arab street than in Persian society