Lebanon examines the ideological, political and social
underpinnings of the attempted coup against General Chihab's
government in Lebanon in 1961. The author analyzes the role of the
Syrian Socialist Nationalist Party, the history of the army in
Lebanon and it role in Lebanese politics and the impact of the coup
on Lebanese political life. This book provides an extraordinary
insight into the mechanisms of military coups in the Arab world and
will be of interest to students and researchers of the history and
politics of the Middle East.
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||History and Society in the Islamic World
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