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Lebanon... Notwithstanding

Camille H. Habib: Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Lebanese University.

It is well known that, between 1975 and 1990 Lebanon was engulfed in a brutal and protracted conflict. Visibly, the war had brought great losses, such as in human life, massive physical destruction, reduction of the Lebanese government’s control to a small part of Beirut and the division of Lebanon’s territory between external forces (i.e. Israel and Syria) and local baronies. Yet the war continued and showed no sign of being contained. At one level, the crisis was an ethno-religious one. At others it was military, political and socioeconomic, and all these internal problems were linked to the overall situation in the Middle East.

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