The policy of positive neutrality of the Armenian political parties in Lebanon during the civil war, 1975–90: A critical analysis

@article{Geukjian2007ThePO,
  title={The policy of positive neutrality of the Armenian political parties in Lebanon during the civil war, 1975–90: A critical analysis},
  author={Ohannes Geukjian},
  journal={Middle Eastern Studies},
  year={2007},
  volume={43},
  pages={65 - 73}
}
  • Ohannes Geukjian
  • Published 2007
  • Political Science
  • Middle Eastern Studies
  • The leaders of the three Armenian political parties in Lebanon adopted a policy of positive neutrality in 1975. These parties were: (a) the Armenian Revolutionary Federation or the Dashnak Party, socialist in doctrine, but which remained more of a nationalist party throughout history; (b) the social democratic Hunchak Party, which considered itself Marxist and was close to the Third International and progressive world movements, but with a nationalist element; and (c) the liberal democratic… CONTINUE READING
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