|LC Classifications||DS87 .K395 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 328 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||328|
|LC Control Number||86017175|
Lebanon's Predicament. Author: Khalaf, Samir Title: Lebanon's Predicament Publication: NY: Columbia Univesity Press, Description: Hardcover. xiv, pp+ index. Few small spots to foredge of textblock, else a very good hardback in a jacket that is sunned on the spine. Very good. Seller ID: Subject: HistorySeller Rating: % positive. Lebanon, as it were, is gripped by the horns of a nagging predicament: the very forces that enable the Lebanese at the micro and communal level and from which they derive much of their social and psychic supports, disable them at the macro and national level by eroding their civic consciousness and symbols of national identity. The formation and deformation of Lebanon, as it were, are rooted in the same . Lebanon's predicament. [Samir Khalaf] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Samir Khalaf. Find more information about: ISBN: Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Khalaf, Samir. Lebanon's predicament. New York: Columbia University Press,
Lebanon's Predicament By Samir Khalaf Most of Professor Khalaf's chapters were written as papers over the past two decades, but they fit nicely together with new ones to make a deep and integrated study of Lebanon's political culture. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Lebanon's Predicament at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5. Lebanon’s Predicament. Arena Online. Amin Saikal. 13 Aug Lebanon is in the grip of long-term instability that threatens its viability as a functioning state. This instability can only be addressed if its internal political system is fundamentally reformed and decoupled from outside powers’ interference in pursuit of conflicting regional. Since Syrian troops left in Lebanon in , many of its political conflicts have reflected tensions between Iran, which backs the Shi’ite group Hezbollah, on the one hand, and U.S.-allied Gulf.
In the aftermath of the catastrophic explosion in Beirut earlier this month, a long-awaited judgment about the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri is a judicial. Lebanon is facing unprecedented social and political pressures and economic collapse. The current round of protests began on 17 October when the Minister of Information proposed a daily $ tax on the use of the social media app, WhatsApp, to make phone calls. No reform is possible while terrorists wield power. Even before the devastating explosion that left hundreds dead and thousands injured, and destroyed much of Beirut’s port and the surrounding neighborhood, Lebanon was in the midst of a crisis brought on by rampant corruption, financial collapse, and ineffective governance. No other book so compellingly brings to life Mister Lebanon, the country''s turbulent politics, and the predicament of being ruled and governed by "real existing neoliberalism".'' -- Reinoud Leenders, King''s College London, author of Spoils of Truce - Corruption and State-Building in .