“Lebanon: To conduct reforms, the nation needs a transitional government”
In this update about Lebanon, I want to talk about my stance. Hezbollah remains the most intimidating obstacle in the midst of all the things that have occurred. It is financed by Iran and the Assad regime; it is the most cohesive party, and it is adequately prepared to start a civil war.
Unless the regional dynamics change, it would be nearly impossible to outmanoeuvre Hezbollah. The crux of the matter therefore depends on the kind of pressure that should be placed on it and its bosses, and the agreement that should come with it to compel the party to accept such a move.