Carmen Geha

American University of Beirut

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Professor of public administration at American University of Beirut, and a political activist 

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The so-called "Arab Spring" never took place in Lebanon, despite growing public outrage at a government divided between Muslims and Christians since the end of the civil war in 1990.

"You Stink" Movement Targets Trash and Corruption in Beirut

The so-called "Arab Spring" never took place in Lebanon, despite growing public outrage at a government divided between Muslims and Christians since the end of the civil war in 1990.

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