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The Arab Spring: One Year On

Hudson Institute’s Center for Religious Freedom was pleased to host noted scholars for an analysis of the potential short- and long-term implications and consequences of the Arab Spring. Panelists focused on the political ascendancy of Islamist organizations, the impact on religious minorities of the region, and the movement within its broader geopolitical and historical context.


Nina Shea, Moderator

Hudson Senior Fellow and Director of Center for Religious Freedom

Walter Russell Mead, Panelist

James Clarke Chace Professor of Foreign Affairs and Humanities, Bard College and Editor-at-Large of The American Interest

Samuel Tadros, Panelist

Hudson Research Fellow, Center for Religious Freedom

Kurt Werthmuller, Panelist

Hudson Research Fellow, Center for Religious Freedom


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