Time for a Sensible Policy Towards Hamas

The defeat of Hezbollah in the recent Lebanese elections has been widely perceived as evidence that democracy may actually be a worthwhile venture in the Middle East.

Paul Davis
Published: Wednesday, 06/24/2009 12:00 am EDT

The defeat of Hezbollah in the recent Lebanese elections has been widely perceived as evidence that democracy may actually be a worthwhile venture in the Middle East. But what would have happened if Hezbollah had emerged triumphant, as it nearly did?

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