Lebanon Facing Arab Uprisings. Constraints and Adaptation.

Lebanon Facing Arab Uprisings. Constraints and Adaptation.
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Lebanon Facing Arab Uprisings. Constraints and Adaptation.
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Date & Time: Thursday, June 15, 2017 - 18:00
Location: Lebanon Support office, Furn el-Chebbak, main street, Scala building, 3rd floor
Hosted by: Lebanon Support
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Lebanon Support and Institut Français du Proche-Orient

Cordially invite you to a talk on:

Lebanon Facing Arab Uprisings. Constraints and Adaptation.

While the neighbouring countries have been in flux since 2011 with popular movements taking to the streets of various Arab cities and crises breaking out in others, Lebanon has managed to adapt to the many challenges brought about by regional political crises.

This talk will revolve around the book “Lebanon Facing Arab Uprisings. Constraints and Adaptation” which explores the impact of the Arab uprisings of 2011 on Lebanese politics and society.


With discussants:

- Editors:

Rosita Di Peri, Associate Professor in Political Science and International Relations, department of Culture, Politics and Society, University of Torino.

and

Daniel Meier, Associate Researcher at CNRS Pacte (Grenoble) and lecturer at the University of Geneva.


- And authors:

Marie-Noëlle AbiYaghi, Head of Research at Lebanon Support, Associate Researcher Institut Français du Proche-Orient

Myriam Catusse, Director of Contemporary Studies, Institut Français du Proche-Orient, UMIFRE 6/USR 3135, MAEDI/CNRS


The talk will be held in English, with possibility of discussion in Arabic.

Date: Thursday, 15th of June, from 6 to 8pm
Location: Lebanon Support’s new office (3rd flr, Scala bldg, Furn el-Chebbak main street (Damascus road), Mount Lebanon, Lebanon. Follow this link for the map.)

For further information and confirmation of attendance, contact us on: contact@lebanon-support.org