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Liban-Syrie : inextricables destins ?

Étude des relations libano-syriennes de 1998 à 2006

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Elisabeth Meur

Malgré un sentiment profond d’affinité, les relations libanosyriennes sont, dès l’origine, altérées par des aspirations antagonistes. À travers l’étude de la période charnière entre la fin de l’occupation israélienne en 2000 et le retrait des troupes syriennes du Liban en 2005, ce livre rend compte des multiples enjeux des interactions entre les deux pays arabes.
Le tissu conflictuel qui lie Beyrouth à Damas est analysé à la lumière des perceptions des acteurs politiques et médiatiques grâce à des entretiens menés au pays du Cèdre. Ces données s’inscrivent dans une grille d’analyse à la fois historique et politique.
La puissance et l’intérêt national offrent deux clés de lecture originales qui illustrent l’imbrication des niveaux, depuis la lutte de personnalités au cœur du pouvoir aux enjeux politiques internationaux en passant par les intérêts régionaux. Cet ouvrage apporte un éclairage critique et nuancé sur les questions essentielles qui structurent les relations libanosyriennes.

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215 Annexes I. « Traité de fraternité, de coopération et de coordination », Damas, 22 mai 19911 Fraternity, Cooperation and Coordination Treaty The Republic of Lebanon and The Syrian Arab Republic Based on their privileged fraternal ties deriving their strength from their kinship roots, history, common belonging, destiny and interests; And given their belief that reaching a higher degree of cooperation and coordi- nation would serve their interests, provide ways to ensure their development and progress and protecting their pan-Arab and national security, ensure prosperity and stability, enable them to face all the regional and international develop- ments and meet the aspirations of both countries’ peoples, in implementation of the Lebanese National Pact approved by the Lebanese Parliament on Novem- ber 5, 1989, Have agreed on the following: Article 1: The two states shall work on reaching the highest degrees of cooperation and coordination between them in all the political, economic, security, cultural, scientific and other fields, in a way that would ensure both brotherly states’ interests within the framework of each state’s sovereignty and independence, and in a way that would enable them to use their political, economic, and security capabilities to ensure prosperity and stability, maintain their pan-Arab and national security as well as expand and reinforce their common interests, in confirmation of their fraternal relations and as a guarantee of their common destiny. Article 2: The two states shall work on achieving cooperation and coordination between them in the economic, agricultural, industrial, trade, transportation, communica- tions and customs...

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