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A Stable Structure on Shifting Sands: Assessing the Hizbullah-Iran-Syria Relationship

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Iran and Syria were instrumental in the creation of Lebanese Hizbullah 25 years ago, and although all three actors have faced significant outside pressures during that time, their relationship has endured. Yet the relationship has evolved, too, with Hizbullah now a major player in Lebanese politics due to its constituent outreach and its maintenance of a militia that rivals the national army. This article examines the evolutionary process and assesses its implications for policymakers.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2008

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