عنوان مقاله [English]
The outbreak of the Syrian crisis in 2011 and the continuation of the civil war in this country between the Syrian regime and the militants and terrorist groups, had various consequences in the balance of power in the regional order of West Asia. In fact, as a result of this crisis, governmental activists of resistance front which centered by Iran and Russia on the one hand and its non-governmental actors, especially by the Lebanese Hezbollah movement, were able to maintain a regional balance in favor of the resistance front by supporting the Syrian political system and cause extensive geopolitical changes in the regional order of West Asia. Mean While, Lebanese Hezbollah, as an asymmetric activist, entered the Syrian civil war and faced many opportunities and challenges at the tactical and strategic level, especially in the field of its combat tactics. Thus, in this study, the authors hypothesize that Hezbollah's opportunities were more than its challenges in entering the Syrian war and it made Hezbollah to be able to reconsider its combat tactics during the crisis and also become an effective asymmetric force in the regional and even international equations, seek to answer the fundamental question of how Hezbollah's activism in the Syrian crisis has affected its combat tactics by entering in to the Syrian crisis? The results of the research shoe that Hezbollah has made changes in his combat tactics by entering in to the Syrian crisis such as: acquiring new technical and weapons capabilities, acquiring new tactical capabilities and so on.