The End of Nasrallah’s Historic Role

This week, are hosting my OpEd about the end of Nasrallah’s expirations to become a pan-Arab, mainstream, Lebanese leader.

Even his two decades as the Lebanese leaderern spin doctor may not help him turn his decision to take President Assad’s side against the rebelling Syrian people into a popular one. Whether he has made this decision to repay his long time ally himself, or was instructed to do so by his Iranian bosses, it seems that not one, but two careers will end on the day Assad is finally removed from office.

You can read the full article here, hope you find it interesting.