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منير مهملات, باحث أول في المركز اللبناني للدراسات، ومستشار لدى البنك الدولي، ومدير تحرير لمجلة سياسات الشرق الأوسط والسياسة العامة في Harvard Kennedy School


May 2020
"قدسية" الودائع: الخط الأحمر الخطير بالنسبة لنخب لبنان - مراجع

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