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    On today’s episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan discussed Lebanon, Syria and Middle East politics, China and Taiwan, Belarus and the EU, as well as US Electoral Politics and the consequences of the death of RBG.

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    Maram Susli - Political Commentator and Geopolitical Analyst | Middle East Politics, Lebanon, Syria, Hezbollah

    Margaret Kimberly - Senior Columnist and Editor for Black Agenda Report | Electoral Politics, Democrats, RBG

    Jim Jatras - DC-based Government and Media Relations Specialist | RBG, Foreign Policy, China, Taiwan, EU, Belarus

    In the first hour, the hosts talked with Maram Susli. They discussed Lebanon, the US government's campaign against Hezbollah, and explored much of the backstory behind the modern day conflict in the Middle East.

    In the second hour, the hosts spoke with Margaret Kimberly about blatant failures on the part of the Democrats in executing an effective strategy for attracting progressive, more left-leaning voters. 

    In the last hour, the hosts spoke with Jim Jatras about the fragile nuances surrounding the relationship between China and Taiwan. The state of political tensions in Belarus are also discussed.

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    electoral system, Hezbollah, Lebanon, US Election 2020, RBG, Biden 2020, COVID-19, wildfires
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