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Cook: The Assassination of Pierre Gemayel

Interviewee: Steven A. Cook
Interviewer: Eben Kaplan
November 21, 2006

CFR Fellow Steven A. Cook discusses the impact of Pierre Gemayel’s assassination on Lebanese politics. He says Gemayel’s murder marks a return of Syrian influence in Lebanon and presents an opportunity for Hezbollah to consolidate its power.

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