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Roundtable discussion

June 24, 2011
The Arab Uprisings and their Political and Economic Implications on Lebanon

Following the May roundtable sessions which addressed the Arab uprisings’ effect on the Middle East, LCPS held two closed roundtables which discussed and reflected upon the uprisings’ political and economic implications for Lebanon. The first roundtable focused on the ramifications of regional unrest on the Lebanese political scene while the second gathered local and international economists and experts to examine the economic repercussions of regional developments on Lebanon. The outcome of the roundtable discussions are two reports that synthesize the main points and arguments discussed and debated by the panelists. The reports are:
Arab Uprisings and the Challenges of Change
Entering a Grey Area: Lebanon's Economic Challenges in the Arab Spring


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