As the Syrian crisis deepens, international concern that unrest will destabilize neighboring Lebanon is growing. A closer look at contemporary history and Lebanese society, however, suggests otherwise.
Julia is a second year student at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy interested in the intersection of human rights and communications in the Middle East. She has worked in Lebanon and South Africa, and spent last summer in Iraq researching the obstacles to civic participation in the country for her thesis.
Fletcher Forum articles by Julia Lindau: