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Lebanon’s Revolt

Austerity measures have triggered countrywide unrest in Lebanon.

In this Q&A, Crisis Group expert Heiko Wimmen says the prime minister’s emergency measures may be too little, too late.

Most protesters appear bent on the government’s resignation if not the political system‘s complete overhaul.

  • What are the drivers of Lebanon’s mass unrest?

Lebanese have suffered for years from failing public services and state negligence, most…

Political polarisation has compounded the problem by repeated paralysing government institutions.

The cost of…

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