Beirut has managed to stay relatively conflict-free long enough to become a destination reminiscent of West Berlin during the Cold War.
While much of the Arab world has been blown apart by social upheaval, mass violence, and political turmoil, Beirut has been kicking back quietly on its Mediterranean perch, happy and astonished to be a spectator for once.
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