- Enfrentamientos en Saida dejan tres muertos y varios heridos entre ellos 2 guardaespaldas del Sheij Ahmed el Assir fallecidos y un representante de Hezbolá herido
- Entrevista con Ahmed el Assir en Afkar/Ideas
- Multitudinaria asistencia al funeral del oficial de inteligencia asesinado clama la dimisión del primer ministro libanés
- El primer ministro libanés no dimite y llama a la formación de un Gobierno de unidad nacional
- El asesinato mediante coche bomba de un alto cargo de la inteligencia libanesa arrastra al Líbano al conflicto sirio.
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Daily Archives: January 10, 2011
Coming back to Lebanon from holidays, and on my way back home from the airport the taxi driver made a very accurate summary of how politics were going in the country with the Hariri Tribunal. I asked him about how negotiations were going to what he replied: “Well everyone is moving, Americans and French will meet. Continue reading
Jeffrey Feltman: the media critic (when lies are mixed with ignorance and with a large chunk of Zionism) in Angry Arab
Here and interesting comment of As’ad AbuKhalil in Angry Arab News Service. It is an old debate about the leverage in US politics of Arabists or Politicians and their role within the US foreign policy in the region. To relate this to Spain, the same problem arise. In spain the debate will be more about the necessity of Arabist that speak the language but have not an appropriate political formation and the politicians more keen in real politics of the region but disconnected of the culture, language and internal dynamics. A combination and collaboration of both could help to improve a better political understanding and reflection in Spain-Middle East relations but unfortunately in Spain the think-tanks as well as politics are more a competitive arena (and close one) more exclusionist than inclusive.
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