Jun 12, 2015

While Syria burns next door, Lebanon’s fabric is fraying

Even if the various factions defuse the latest stalemate and reach a compromise on a new president, another political crisis is sure to emerge, unless Lebanon’s leaders -- and its people -- tackle the root causes of the country’s instability.

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