This chapter looks at how the response of different political actors and their external sponsors to the Arab uprisings has affected Lebanon's foreign policy. The Arab uprisings have had a significant impact on stability in Lebanon and its foreign policy agenda. Since the start of the Arab uprisings in December 2010 several national unity governments in Lebanon have collapsed because of disagreements over foreign policy and domestic issues. Lebanon's torn foreign policy during the Arab uprisings can also be seen in the country's position towards decisions taken by the Arab League and the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). Lebanese foreign policy is typically split between the interests of the country's main sub-state identity groups that are divided between the March 8 and March 14 alliances. Lebanese foreign policy is characterized by a multitude of diverging foreign policy agendas that reflect domestic concerns and regional geopolitical divisions.