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A critical investigation of power and ideology through the Special Tribunal for Lebanon

@inproceedings{Baxter2019ACI,
  title={A critical investigation of power and ideology through the Special Tribunal for Lebanon},
  author={Alexander M. Baxter},
  year={2019}
}
This thesis looks at a familiar topic for studies on Lebanon, the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, but in a markedly different way. Specifically, it conceives of the STL as a mediating institution between world order and the idiosyncratic Lebanese state-society. Moreover, it conceives of this mediation as existing within a historical structure of world order. It provides explanation and understanding of their dialectical interaction through a critical discourse analysis (CDA) of contemporary court… Expand

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