In this issue of Iqtisadi, Dr. Moran Levanoni analyzes how the Syrian-Lebanese border area has become one of the most important centers for the production of illegal drugs in the Middle East. Hezbollah's key role in the Middle East drug trade is contextualized within its global empire that includes parts of South America, Africa, and Eurasia.
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In the latest edition of Tel Aviv Notes, Sarah Cahn and Joel Parker explore how Hizballah is taking advantage of the Lebanese economic crisis to deepen Lebanon's ties to the Iranian-led "resistance axis."
Bustan, Vol.10, No.2 (Winter 2019).
Moran Levanoni analyzes the question of whether the Syrian regime, partially in cooperation with Hezbollah, is involved in narcotics trafficking in rebel-controlled southern Syria, as an element of its overall campaign against the rebels.
MDC Researcher Joel Parker discusses Hizballah's influence in Lebanon in light of the recent elections.
In this article from the November 2016 issue of Beehive: Middle Eastern Social Media, Moran Levanoni writes about Hezbollah's efforts to sway public opinion on the Syrian Golan.