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Security Assistance: Evaluations Needed to Determine Effectiveness of U.S. Aid to Lebanonńˇ╗s Security Forces
Charles Michael Johnson, Jr. (au)
Following Syriańˇ╗s withdrawal from Lebanon in 2005 and war between Israel and Hezbollah in 2006, U.S. agencies increased their allocations of security assistance for Lebanon from $3 million in 2005 to about $28 million in 2006. This included training and equipment funded and implemented by the Depts. of State or Defense (DOD) for the Lebanese Armed Forces and Internal Security Forces of Lebanon. However, questions remain regarding the effectiveness of security assistance as a tool of U.S. policy in Lebanon, including concerns about the influence of foreign actors, primarily Syria and Iran, and extremist militant groups operating in Lebanon. This report reviewed U.S. security assistance to Lebanon. Covering FY 2007 through 2012, it assessed the extent to which the U.S. government (1) adjusted its strategic goals and security assistance programs in Lebanon; (2) funded assistance programs for Lebanese security forces; and (3) evaluated the effectiveness of security assistance programs in Lebanon. Figures and tbles. This is a print on demand report.
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