Armenian Clergy and Conflict Management in Lebanon, 1920-1994

@inproceedings{Mazzucotelli2020ArmenianCA,
  title={Armenian Clergy and Conflict Management in Lebanon, 1920-1994},
  author={Francesco Mazzucotelli},
  year={2020}
}
  • Francesco Mazzucotelli
  • Published 2020
  • Political Science
  • This essay discusses the role played by Church institutions and leaders in the history of the Armenians of Lebanon after their settlement in the country. The development of Armenian institutions in Lebanon is marked since the period of the French Mandate by the pervasive role played by political parties based on mass mobilisation. Through alliances and expediency, these parties managed to carve out their own quotas in Lebanon’s peculiar power-sharing system. However, Armenians in Lebanon… CONTINUE READING

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