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Lebanon’s 2014 Presidential Elections: When Local and Regional Power Arenas Collide

Tamirace Fakhoury, former visiting faculty, International and Area Studies | July 29, 2014

The original version of the article was published in French and Spanish in Afkar/Ideas42 Lebanon’s presidential elections were supposed to be held by May 25, 2014, the day the six-year term of President Michel Sleiman came to an end.   However, the two contending political coalitions – the pro-Syrian March 8 and the anti-Syrian March 14 alliances – … Continue reading »