[E–pub] The Lebanese Army A National Institution in a Divided Society By Oren Barak

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  • 272
  • The Lebanese Army A National Institution in a Divided Society
  • Oren Barak
  • English
  • 01 November 2020
  • 9780791493465

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Summary ↠ The Lebanese Army A National Institution in a Divided Society Nvolved in politics but are also affected by political processes; and third as actors that promote the process of state formation This comprehensive look at Lebanon will inform the discussion of other divided societies such as Afghanistan and Ira that face the dual challenge of restoring the political system and the security sector after state failure and intrastate conflict.

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Summary ↠ The Lebanese Army A National Institution in a Divided Society Oren Barak sheds new light on the major political and social developments in Lebanon since its independence by focusing on the emergence of the Lebanese Army its paralysis during the civil war from 1975 to 1990 and its reconstruction after the war He discusses the remarkable transformation of a military dominated by one sector of society the Christian communities and particu.

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Summary ↠ The Lebanese Army A National Institution in a Divided Society Larly the Maronites into one that is characterized by power sharing among Lebanon's various communities large families and regions The book develops a new approach to the study of the role of the military in divided societies by examining military institutions from three intertwined angles first as major arenas for social coexistence and conflict; second as actors that are i. Visual Communication: Images with Messages 7th Edition new approach to the study of the role of the military in divided societies by examining military institutions from three intertwined angles first as major arenas for social coexistence and conflict; second as actors that are i.