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Hassan Mneimneh

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

The Arab Spring at Six Years

April 26, 2017

Monographs

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Most Recent Analysis

Islamic Religious Reform Is an Institutional Need First

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The Coronavirus Pandemic in Lebanon: Leveraging and Counter-Leveraging

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The Temporary Success of Iran’s Proxies in Lebanon Occludes a Deeper Shift in Lebanese Society

January 9, 2020

The Decline (and Fall?) of the “Fourth Persian Empire”

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Response to “Al-Hawl Camp: A Potential Incubator of the Next Generation of Extremism”

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Bigoted Populism May Spell the End of Lebanon as a Modern State

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Resurrection of Marginal Traditions: New Reinterpretation of Jews in Early Islamic Texts (Part 2)

September 6, 2019

Muslim Thinkers to Face the Problematic New “Theology of the Jews” (Part 1)

September 6, 2019

The Gulf Crisis Is a Messaging Nightmare—With No Success in Sight

June 21, 2019

Hassan Mneimneh Responds to "Peaceful Transition in Sudan: Obstacles Along the Path"

May 24, 2019

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