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How the U.S. Risks Being Roped Into a War Between Israel and Hezbollah

As violence and threats of future attacks escalate, the United States risks being sucked into the proxy conflict involving Iran

An Israeli militry vehicle patrols on the Israeli-Lebanese border near the village of Ghajar in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights on August 26, 2019. Photo: Jalaa Marey/Getty Images

DDrones are a familiar sight to the residents of Beirut’s southern suburbs. That’s just a reality of life under Hezbollah’s watchful…




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Mitchell Prothero

Mitchell Prothero

I write about foreign policy and security issues. Currently reside in Athens, Greece with a stray cat named Sybil.

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