Since its inception, Lebanon has been considered as an island of freedom and democracy in the midst of a group of Arab countries ruled by authoritarian and repressive regimes. But, to what extent does this idyllic image approach the reality of a little country made up of 18 different faith confessions and ruled by a … Continued
Abraham Valera Laborda
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