Civil-Military Relations in Lebanon: Conflict, Cohesion and Confessionalism in a Divided Society (Hardcover)
1. Chapter 1: The Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF): A United Army for a Divided Country?.- Chapter 2: The Lebanese Army after the Syrian Crisis: Alienating the Sunni Community?.- Chapter 3: Allure of the Army? Recruiting Rural Youth in the Lebanese Armed Forces.- Chapter 4: Patrolling a Proxy War: Citizens, Soldiers and Zuʻama in Syria Street, Tripoli.- Chapter 5: Gendering (In-) Security: The Army, Barriers and Frontiers in Urban Tripoli.- Chapter 6: Palestinian Camp-Military Relations in Lebanon: The Case of Nahr al-Bared.- Chapter 7: The Lebanese Armed Forces in Regional Perspective.
About the Author
Are John Knudsen is Senior Researcher at the Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI), Bergen, Norway. He is a social anthropologist focusing on peace, conflict and forced migration in South Asia and the Middle East. Tine Gade is a Senior Research Fellow at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) and a Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute (EUI) 2016-2018. A political scientist, she works on Islamism and political leadership in Lebanon and Iraq.