Walking the tight wire

Conversations on the May 2008 Lebanese crisis

10 September 2008
Francesco Volpicella

Collection of conversations that took place during the events that shook Lebanon in May 2008 and which led many to say the country was ‘on the brink of civil war’.

This dossier is a collection of conversations that took place during the events that shook Lebanon in May 2008 and which led many to say the country was ‘on the brink of civil war’.

 

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