Episode 132: The Risk along the Sectarian Lines in Lebanon with Imad Salamey

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In Today’s episode we are joined with Dr. Imad Salamey , Imad Salamey is an Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at the Lebanese American University. His current interests focus on Middle East and North African topics of political economy, communitarian politics, conflict resolution, power sharing, and governance.He is a consultant in program monitoring, evaluation, and learning.

His books The Decline of Nation-States after the Arab Spring: the Rise of Communitocracy (Routledge, 2017), Post-Conflict Power-Sharing Agreements: Options for Syria (Palgrave, 2018), The Government and Politics of Lebanon, 2nd Ed. (Peter Lang, 2021), and The Communitarian Nation-State Paradox in Lebanon (Nova Science Publishers, 2021) survey the root causes of rising ethnic and sectarian polarization and post-conflict peace building in the MENA countries. 

For website use: Imad Salamey | LinkedIn or Imad Salamey | The LAU School of Arts & Sciences

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