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Neutrality Disputed

The prime minister designate of Lebanon has a very tough task ahead. Najib Mikati must walk a fine line if he wishes not to alienate the Sa’ad Hariri opposition bloc, especially concerning the future of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. Simultaneously, he must surely pay heed to the group that put him back in the prime minister’s hot seat—Hezbollah and its allies. Does the businessman have what it takes?