What the Oct. 14 Beirut Clashes Tell Us About Lebanon’s State Collapse
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What the Oct. 14 Beirut Clashes Tell Us About Lebanon’s State Collapse

What the Oct. 14 Beirut Clashes Tell Us About Lebanon’s State Collapse

In this episode of the Newlines Institute’s Contours podcast series, Lebanon and Levant geopolitics expert Anthony Elghossain, also a contributing editor at Newlines Magazine, chats with Nicholas Heras about the recent Beirut clashes and their potential implications for Lebanon. Elghossain channels his extensive experience as a researcher in Lebanon to provide a nuanced forecast on Lebanon’s evolving security dynamics and the impact on the fragile Lebanese state as it continues its collapse.

Lebanon, State Resilience and Fragility

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