Abstract

This article examines and analyzes the dilemma of power-sharing as Lebanese leaders turned to the task of consolidating state institutions and rules of governance after the Syrian withdrawal in 2005. It argues that Lebanese political groups’ difficulties in sharing power were largely attributable to the lack of external support for the regulation of conflict. This article emphasizes the relationship of internal parties and external powers to the maintenance of peace and power-sharing institutions.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1940-3461
Print ISSN
0026-3141
Pages
pp. 521-545
Launched on MUSE
2014-10-17
Open Access
No
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