Civil and Uncivil Violence in Lebanon: A History of the Internationalization of Communal Conflict

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Khalaf analyzes the history of civil strife and political violence in his native Lebanon and reveals what he views as the inherent contradictions that have plagued that country, particularly its vulnerability to inter-Arab and superpower rivalries. He asks: How can a fairly peaceful and resourceful society, with an impressive history of viable pluralism, coexistence, and republicanism, become the site of so much barbarism and incivility?

Civil and Uncivil Violence in Lebanon: A History of the Internationalization of Communal Conflict 2004, Columbia University Press, New York

ISBN-13: 9780231124775

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Civil and Uncivil Violence in Lebanon: A History of the Internationalization of Communal Conflict 2002, Columbia University Press, New York

ISBN-13: 9780231124768

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