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POMED Notes: “Lebanon Elections: Outcomes and Implications” at MEI
POMED Notes: “Lebanon Elections: Outcomes and Implications” at MEI
The Middle East Institute yesterday
Saturday, June 13,2009 03:52
by Blake pomed.org

The Middle East Institute yesterday hosted an event focusing on the results of the Lebanese elections and asked what is next for Lebanon, U.S. foreign policy relations with Iran. Dr. Graeme Bannerman from MEI and Bilal Saab from Brookings presented.


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