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The Evolving Patterns of Lebanese Politics in Post-Syria Lebanon

Fouad Ilias


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40Al-Abs,Zyad. 2009. Interview by Fouad Ilias. Member of the FPM political bureau and member of the debate committee. Transcript. 2 April. Sin-el-Fil, Beirut.

41Aoun, Alain. 2009. Interview by Fouad Ilias. Member of the FPM political bureau. Transcript. 26 March. Dékouané, Beirut.

42Aoun, Michel. 2009. Interview by Fouad Ilias.  FPM leader. Transcript. 21 April. Rabieh, Beirut.

43Charara, Walid. 2009. Interview by Fouad Ilias. Journalist and researcher. Transcript. 24 March. Gemmayzé, Beirut.

44Domont, Frédéric. 2009. Interview by Fouad Ilias. Journalist and author. Transcript. 24 March. Gemmayzé, Beirut.

45Fayyad, Ali. 2009. Interview by Fouad Ilias. Director of the Hizballah Center for Studies and Documentation. Transcript. 20 April. The Center for Studies and Documentation, Dahiyé, Beirut.

46Gamblin, Sandrine. 2009. Interview by Fouad Ilias. International Crisis Group Senior Analyst. Transcript. 30 March. Gemmayzé, Beirut.

47Karam, Karam. 2009. Interview by Fouad Ilias. Political analyst at the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies. Transcript. 19 March. IFPO, Beirut.

48Mouhanna, Toufik. 2009. Interview by Fouad Ilias. Member of the higher council, vice president of the political bureau, the Syrian Social Nationalist Party (SSNP). Transcript. 18 April. SSNP headquarters, Raouché, Beirut.

49Mrad, Shadi. 2009. Interview by Fouad Ilias. Member of the FPM executive committee, formerly responsible for overseeing student activities. Transcript. 14 April. Ashrafieh, Beirut.

50Raffoul, Pierre. 2009. Interview by Fouad Ilias. FPM General Coordinator. Transcript. 7 April. Eastern Beirut.

51Salem, Paul. 2009. Interview by Fouad Ilias. Director of Carnegie Endowment Beirut Office. Transcript. 31 March. Downtown, Beirut.

52Trabulsi, Fawwaz. 2009. Interview by Fouad Ilias. Professor and author. Transcript. 16 March. Beirut.

53Thouny, Elie. 2009. Interview by Fouad Ilias. FPM member of Haret Hreik Municipality council. Transcript. 21 March. Haret Hreik Municipality, Beirut.

54Wimmen, Heiko. 2009. Interview by Fouad Ilias. Former Middle East program director at the Heirich Böll Foundation in Beirut, now Research Fellow at the German Institute for International and Security Studies. Transcript. 25 March. The Heinrich Böll Foundation, Gemmayzé, Beirut.

55Anonymous high ranking official of an opposition party affiliated with the 8th of March coalition, Beirut, 24th of March 2009

563 FPM members before the discourse of Simon Abirania (member of the Foreign Relations Commission), Amshit (Byblos), local FPM office, the 29th of March 2009


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