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Lebanon... Perils of the Syrian Quake Aftershocks

Although Lebanon long anticipated the formation of [Prime Minister] Najib Miqati’s government, the government's late and challenging birth did not succeed in promoting a sense of stability...

Al Jazeera Centre for Studies

Wednesday, 24 August 2011 11:57 GMT


Al Jazeera Centre for Studies
7July 2011

Although Lebanon long anticipated the formation of [Prime Minister] Najib Miqati’s government, the government's late and challenging birth did not succeed in promoting a sense of stability. The interrelation between the political situation in Lebanon and the Arab sphere’s balances and variables, as well as the considerable Syrian impact on the Lebanese affairs placed Lebanon now in the face of the Arab revolts, in general, and the Syrian revolt, in particular

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