The Israeli-Hezbollah Conflict, One Year Later




One year ago, Hezbollah launched rocket attacks on northern Israel that killed three Israeli soldiers and captured two others in a raid across the Lebanese border. Guests discuss the political, military and strategic consequences of last summer's war, and what has changed in the past year.

Hirsh Goodman, senior research associate, Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies, Tel Aviv University; political columnist, the Jerusalem Report

Rami Khouri, editor at large, Daily Star Newspaper, Beirut

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