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Dario Sabaghi


Dario Sabaghi is a freelance journalist interested in human rights.

In-depth: Israel's war is expected to target the tunnel network in Gaza, but underground warfare is risky and slow, and Hamas will hold clear advantages.

23 November, 2023

Analysis: While stopping short of declaring all-out war on Israel, Hezbollah is keeping its options open.

06 November, 2023

Analysis: Israel has vowed to destroy Hamas and has the capacity to severely damage its operational abilities, but a new generation of Palestinian armed groups will form if there is no viable political solution to Israel's military occupation.

18 October, 2023

Analysis: The disgraced former central bank governor faces international sanctions and arrest warrants for rampant corruption and financial crimes. Will his downfall serve as a warning to Lebanon's ruling elite?

24 August, 2023

In-depth: Intense fighting between rival factions has erupted in Lebanon's largest Palestinian refugee camp.

08 August, 2023

Analysis: While their election in 2022 broke the monopoly of traditional sectarian parties, Forces of Change MPs have faced challenges in impacting Lebanon's political system.

01 June, 2023

In-depth: A recent escalation in attacks against the press and journalists in Lebanon signals a decline in media freedoms, exacerbated by a culture of impunity, corruption, and the economic crisis.

09 February, 2023

In-depth: Facing legal obstacles and systematic obstructions by ruling elites, the investigation into the deadly Beirut blast has stagnated in the face of Lebanon's pervasive political divisions.

30 January, 2023

Analysis: While China has gained more economic influence in the Middle East over the past decade it is unlikely to take on military and security commitments or choose sides in the region's power struggles.

20 December, 2022

Analysis: Following Lebanon's deal with Israel, a disagreement with Syria over maritime borders has re-emerged.

03 November, 2022