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Hassan Mneimneh

Hassan Mneimneh is a contributing editor with Fikra Forum and a principal at Middle East Alternatives in Washington.

Biography

Hassan Mneimneh is a contributing editor with Fikra Forum and a principal at Middle East Alternatives in Washington. Previously, he participated in several research institutions as a senior fellow and assumed leading functions at the Iraq Memory Foundation, the Iraq Foundation, and the Iraq Research and Documentation Project.

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Publications

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Most Recent Analysis

The Gulf Crisis: A Tragic Act of Self-Immolation

June 15, 2017

Arabs, Kurds, and Amazigh: The Quest for Nationalist Fulfillment, Old and New

June 7, 2017

Can Diversity in the Middle East Be Rescued?

May 5, 2017

The Syrian Revolution: "Safe Zones" and Considerations for the Future

March 13, 2017

Moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem: Beyond the Outrage

January 30, 2017

Can António Guterres Save the World?

January 19, 2017

The Aleppo Betrayal

December 7, 2016

Two Paths for Turkey

November 16, 2016

The Futile Quest for “Moderate Islam”

October 31, 2016

Small Nation, High Stakes: The Decline of Lebanon and its Regional Implications

August 22, 2016

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