Macron in Beirut (AFP/Getty Images)
The French president's effort to help Lebanon is admirable, but he remains tone-deaf and out of touch with most Lebanese. In one of the most devastating incidents in the last few decades, Beirut, Lebanon's capital
Jordanian Prime Minister Omar Razzaz. (AFP/file photo)
What will it take for the idea of a two-state solution, which was hardly practical to begin with, to be completely abandoned? Every realistic assessment of the situation on the ground indicates, with palpable clarity,
Hizbollah (AFP File Folder)
Hezbollah and Israel were last week involved in clashes in the south of Lebanon . Hezbollah had reportedly fired a missile at an Israeli tank in the Shebaa Farms area. Miraculously, the skirmishes were contained

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