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Vojno delo
2015, vol. 67, br. 5, str. 7-18
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
objavljeno: 17/02/2016
doi: 10.5937/vojdelo1505007S
Etnički sukobi u Libanu
aUniverzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet političkih nauka
bUniverzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet organizacionih nauka

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Rad se bavi etničkim i religijskim sukobima u Libanu, s posebnim osvrtom na uticaj spoljnih sila i religijskih učenja na tok i intenzitet nasilja. Na početku rada razmatra se uloga religije u sukobima i korenima etnoreligijskih sukoba u Libanu. Zatim, govori se o frakcijama i učesnicima u građanskom ratu, kao i ključnim spoljnim faktorima koji su doveli do preobražaja građanskog rata u produženi međunarodni sukob. Poslednje poglavlje u radu sumira faktore koji su doveli do promene situacije nakon 2000. godine i prikazuje trenutno međuetničko i međureligijsko stanje u Libanu, sa osvrtom na perspektive daljeg razvoja. Pored sagledavanja imanentnih faktora međuetničkog i međureligijskog sukoba u Libanu, u radu je istaknuta i uloga spoljnih sila, odnosno međunarodnih sukoba u funkciji jačanja unutrašnje podeljenosti libanskog društva.

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