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Towards a More Secure and Stable Lebanon: Prospects for Security Sector Reform

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On December 13, 2007, the Stimson Center’s Southwest Asia/Gulf Project organized the seminar Towards a More Secure and Stable Lebanon: Prospects for Security Sector Reform. The seminar brought together Lebanese, US, European and UN government and non-government policymakers and experts with direct expertise and involvement in Lebanese affairs. The seminar offered an opportunity for a candid and in-depth discussion under strict Chatham House rules (off-the-record, closed-door debate).

The meeting served as the basis for this report on the state of the Lebanese security sector, pragmatic ways to enhance capacity and performace, as well as the role that foreign assistance plays in supporting Lebanon’s institutions.

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