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Lebanon And Syria, Sovereign Yet Interlinked Nations: The Lebanese-Syrian Relations, 1971-2018

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Tür: Tez

Alt Tür: Yüksek Lisans Tezi

Yayınlanma Durumu: Yayınlanmamış

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Dil: Türkçe

Yazar(lar): Darwich, Baraa (Yazar),

Emeği Geçen(ler): Dersan Orhan, Duygu (Danışman),

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Lebanon, Syrian Occupation, Hezbollah and Syria, National Pact,Lebanese Civil War, Arab Spring, Syrian Conflict.


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Darwich, Baraa. Lebanon and Syria, Sovereign yet Interlinked Nations: TheLebanese-Syrian Relations 1971-2018, M.A. Thesis, Ankara, 2019.The aim of this study is to explore how Syria exercised hegemony over Lebaneseinternal politics and how the relationship between both countries evolved since theirindependence up until today. It also analyzes the possible interests that Syria has andsecures by exercising a powerful influence on Lebanon as well as the factors that pavedthe way for such a strong influence.For this purpose, the study covers the historical era under Ottoman rule when bothcountries were part of one Greater Syria then passes through the independence periodof each country. Additionally, the Lebanese Civil War events are examined andpresented as the war marked the first Syrian military intervention and following whichit succeeded in legitimizing its presence in the country.The thesis further observes the assassinations period, particularly the murder of P.MRafiq al-Hariri followed by the Cedar Revolution that succeeded in forcing the Syrianmilitary out of Lebanon. Noteworthy that the formation of Hezbollah and itsevolvement as a resistance movement then as a political player in Lebanese parliamentis also laid upon.Furthermore, the thesis examines the effects of the on-going Syrian civil war onLebanon’s stability and the degree of influence the Syrian regime still exercises overLebanon while fighting a battle over its own existence.


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