Wednesday, 24th October 2012
Lebanon, Syrian Instability, and the Risks of Sunni-Shiite Competition
Source: Center for Strategic & International Studies
From Lebanese Dividing Lines on Syria:
In late 2012, it remains far from clear how power and politics will evolve in Syria, let alone whether or not the Assad regime could find the means to survive. That has not stopped pro- and anti-Syrian forces in Lebanon from maneuvering in a bid to reshape the internal balance of power or from playing an emerging role in the Syria crisis. What remains unclear is how much or how quickly Lebanon will be destabilized by what could be a long-term internal battle for power in Damascus.
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