Chloe Cornish, Emile Hokayem, Nasser Saidi, Paul Salem, Randa Takieddine
December 16, 2020
Summary: Held on Dec. 16 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. EST (7:30-8:30 p.m. Beirut). With the pillars of the Lebanese Republic crumbling at an accelerated pace over the past year, the Lebanese fear for their future and speculation is rife about the impact of the financial, economic, political, and health crises that have overwhelmed the country. The panel will also address how changing regional and international dynamics will affect Lebanon. The conference will end with closing remarks by Maha Yahya.
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