Ending Syria's Occupation Of Lebanon: The U.S. Role

Ending Syria s Occupation Of Lebanon The U S Role The Syrian occupation of Lebanon began nearly a quarter century ago its implications continue adversely to affect what is the world s only satellite state At the same time Lebanon policy has atrophie

  • Title: Ending Syria's Occupation Of Lebanon: The U.S. Role
  • Author: Daniel Pipes Ziad K. Abdelnour
  • ISBN: 9780970148407
  • Page: 109
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  • The Syrian occupation of Lebanon began nearly a quarter century ago its implications continue adversely to affect what is the world s only satellite state At the same time, Lebanon policy has atrophied in Washington When Syria imposed itself on its western neighbor in 1975, Washington officially supported the sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity of LebaThe Syrian occupation of Lebanon began nearly a quarter century ago its implications continue adversely to affect what is the world s only satellite state At the same time, Lebanon policy has atrophied in Washington When Syria imposed itself on its western neighbor in 1975, Washington officially supported the sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity of Lebanon The government in Damascus repeatedly promised to withdraw its forces Instead, it deepened its hold on Lebanon orchestrating a forceful occupation when the world s attention was focussed on the crisis in Kuwait Today, the occupation appears entrenched than ever In response to these circumstances, the Middle East Forum convened the Lebanon Study Group to analyze this situation and recommend assertive measures in the interests of the United States, Lebanon, and the Middle East at large The bipartisan group comprises statesmen, diplomats, legislators, military officers, scholars, experts and business leaders The group recognizes that Lebanon is a significant and forceful presence in the Arab world capable of being a leader towards religious tolerance, democracy and greater economic and social freedoms, once Syrian hegemony is brought to an end Stemming from this understanding, the Lebanon Study Group holds that until Damascus removes its heavy handed influence re deploying its forces in accordance with the Ta if agreement, endorsed by Syria in 1989, there will be no real and lasting peace in the Middle East Although Syrian rule in Lebanon stands in direct opposition to American ideals, U.S policy has been to court the Asad regime with the hopes of it achieving a peace treaty with Israel This approach has had grave consequences for both Lebanese society and American strategic interests in the Middle East, and has met with very limited success The Lebanon Study Group endorses an American foreign policy strategy refined to reflect a commitment to salvaging Lebanon s freedoms and anchor its regained sovereignty The U.S government should make the withdrawal of Syrian forces a priority In accordance with this conviction, the Lebanon Study Group presents several specific policy recommendations designed to effect this goal The Middle East Forum extends its appreciation to the members of the Lebanon Study Group and their efforts to forge the consensus opinion detailed in this report That said, not every member endorses every judgement or recommend ation in the report Further, the signatories endorsed this report in their individual capacities Finally, as sponsor of the Lebanon Study Group, the Middle East Forum did not control the group s deliberations nor does it or its Board of Governors necessarily endorse the report s findings or conclusions.

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