"Lebanon in 2021: A Year of Existential Challenges": Panel session, Carnegie MENA’s 4th annual conference, 16 Dec 2020

18 December, 2020
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Dr. Nasser Saidi participated as a panelist in the session titled “Lebanon in 2021: A Year of Existential Challenges“, part of the Malcolm H. Kerr Carnegie Middle East Center’s fourth annual conference – A Global Renewal? What to Expect in 2021 – held online on 16th Dec 2020.
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 also addressed how changing regional and international dynamics would affect Lebanon.
Watch the video below:

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