Analysis In Squeezing Hezbollah's Coffers, U.S. Is Also Hurting Lebanon

The latest round of sanctions are meant to hurt the Shi'ite group, but will also deal a blow to the country’s already financially shaky economy

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Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri is mired in a complicated political dilemma. The sanctions against Hezbollah that the U.S. Congress is preparing are liable to hurt his country’s economy far more...