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Aram Nerguizian

Aram Nerguizian is a resident scholar with the Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy at CSIS, where he conducts research on the Middle East and North Africa. He has coauthored books with Anthony Cordesman, holder of the Burke Chair, on the Israeli-Syrian military balance and force developments in the Maghreb. He is also the author of The Lebanese Armed Forces: Challenges and Opportunities in Post-Syria Lebanon (CSIS, forthcoming). Nerguizian's current research focuses on security politics in the Levant and the Gulf with an emphasis on specialized themes, such as the Lebanese military, Palestinian security forces, and challenges to force development in post-conflict and divided societies. He received his B.A. from Concordia University in Montreal and his M.A. from George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs.

Living with the Outcome: Elections in Lebanon By Aram Nerguizian and Ghassan Schbley

By Aram Nerguizian and Ghassan Schbley Lebanon is scheduled to hold elections Sunday [June 7], and the pro-Western political alliance favored by the United States may lose. If it does, the Obama Administration should not consider the result a triumph for Hezbollah, but a challenge....

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