"Lebanon" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Tourism in Lebanon

    Tourism in Lebanon By: Walaa Al-Omari ENG201: 2009/2010 Outline: I- Introduction: Lebanon is one of the most amazing countries all over the world. What are the potentials for the tourism in Lebanon‚ the obstacles that facing tourism and the solutions that can support and improve this sector? II- Body: A- Potentials of tourism in Lebanon 1- Geographical location 2- Climate 3- History and Culture a- Ancient Civilizations b- Religious

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  • History of Lebanon

    Geography of Lebanon Lebanon is today a small republic stretching approximately 160 kilometers along the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea with a total area of 10‚452 kilometers square and an estimated population of 3‚874‚050 according to an independent 2006 estimate‚ including Palestinian refugees and foreign workers‚ mainly Syrian. Lebanese territory is dominated mostly by mountains which consist of the parallel ranges of the Lebanon and the Anti-Lebanon. Between the Lebanon and the Anti-Lebanon

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  • Immigration in Lebanon

    Causes of Immigration In Lebanon Ahmad C. Halwany ID#: 2008 03 653 Lebanese American University Abstract For a great period of time emigrants from Lebanon have been establishing communities throughout the world

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  • Decentralization in Lebanon

    formation of government have dominated the Lebanese’s concern lately. This played an important role in forgetting about other crucial issues that need to be discussed in order to ensure the stable growth of Lebanon. Many people blame the Doha agreement for the civil war and for all the chaos in Lebanon. Given the Lebanese situation today‚ shouldn’t the Lebanese government adopt a different political system‚ such as federalism‚ to go back to stable growth? An important article in the Lebanese constitution

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  • History of Lebanon

    The history of Lebanon is almost as old as the earliest evidence of humankind. At different periods of its history‚ Lebanon has come under the domination of foreign rulers‚ including Assyrians‚ Babylonians‚ Armenians‚ Persians‚ Greeks‚ Romans‚ Arabs‚ Ottomans‚ and French. Lebanon’s mountainous terrain has provided it with a certain protective isolation‚ enabling it to survive with an identity all its own. Its proximity to the sea has ensured that throughout its history Lebanon has held an important

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  • Lebanon

    Sovereignty of Lebanon and Enabling Peace in the Levant Falkenburg Luke Civil War Relapse?: Hezbollah & Sectarianism in Post-War Lebanon DEC 11 2012 Masters Jonathan ‚ Hezbollah (a.k.a. Hizbollah‚ Hizbu ’llah) . Counciil for Foreign Relations January 3‚ 2014 Meier Daniel The Effects of Arab Spring and Syrian Uprising on Lebanon May 2013 Ospina Mariano V. Syria‚ Iran‚ and Hizballah: A Strategic Alliance Global Security Studies‚ Winter 2014‚ Volume 5‚ Issue 1 Picard Elizabeth Lebanon in search

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  • Festivals in Lebanon

    of their traditions . Lebanese Festivals:- The tourism industry in Lebanon has been historically important to the local economy and remains to this day to be a major source of revenue for Lebanon. Before the Lebanese Civil War‚ Beirut was widely regarded as "The Paris of the Middle East‚" often cited as a financial and business hub where visitors could experience the Levantine Mediterranean culture. The culture of Lebanon is the cross culture of various civilizations over thousands of years.

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  • Decentralization in Lebanon

    First Draft: Decentralization in Lebanon Decentralization in Lebanon In the twenty first century or in other words‚ the century we are living in‚ is full of modern political thoughts and what is related to them from public sector reforms. There are so many political systems that are followed every where. These political systems can best be summarized by two controversial systems. These two systems are the Centralized and the Decentralized systems. In Lebanon we follow the central system

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  • Lebanon vs. Egypt

    Lebanon Vs. Egypt | Compare/Contrast Essay | | Reem Hani | 12/19/2012 | Every country is unique in its civilization‚ culture‚ and morals. Lebanon and Egypt are two of the most majestic countries‚ not only in the Arab world‚ but also worldwide. Comparing and contrasting those two countries will help us understand and get to know the Egyptian and our culture more. These two Arab countries have several differences‚ as well as some similarities. These two countries are the primary contributors

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  • Brain Drain in Lebanon

    Brain Drain Brain drain is the emigration of the skilled‚ educated and professional people to countries where they can be productive and fulfill their potential. Lebanon‚ a victim of massive brain drain‚ was colonized by diverse nations and cultures throughout history leaving behind a rich cultural background. Until recently people cherished this background‚ yet nowadays it is endangered by the sporadic brain drain that is taking place among the adult generation of the country. Adult generations

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