Samuel Tadros

Former Senior Fellow

At A Glance:

Samuel Tadros was a senior fellow at Hudson Institute. 

Biography

Samuel Tadros was a senior fellow at Hudson Institute. 

Mr. Tadros was previously distinguished visiting fellow in Middle Eastern Studies at the Hoover Institution, a professorial lecturer at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) where he taught Middle Eastern politics, and the co-host of Sam & Ammar at Al Hurra TV, a program dedicated to covering Middle Eastern political and social developments from a classical liberal perspective. He is the author of Motherland Lost: The Egyptian and Coptic Quest for Modernity (2013) and Reflections on the Revolution in Egypt (2014), both published by Hoover Press.

Mr. Tadros received his MA in democracy and governance from Georgetown University and his BA in political science from the American University in Cairo.

Events
27
June 2018
Past Event
The Holocaust and the Arab World
Featured Speakers:
Dr. Hillel Fradkin
Samuel Tadros
Ammar Abdulhamid
27
June 2018
Past Event
The Holocaust and the Arab World

For the past seven decades serious discussion about the Holocaust has been virtually non-existent in the Arabic speaking world. The Holocaust has been

Wednesday 8:00 - 9:45AM
Featured Speakers:
Dr. Hillel Fradkin
Samuel Tadros
Ammar Abdulhamid
24
October 2017
Past Event
The Future of Orthodox Christianity in Syria and America
Featured Speakers:
Patriarch John X
Metropolitan Joseph
Samuel Tadros
The Orthodox Convent of Our Lady, Seydnaya, Syria (image credit: De Agostini/C. Sappa)
24
October 2017
Past Event
The Future of Orthodox Christianity in Syria and America

John X, Metropolitan Joseph, Samuel Tadros, and Nina Shea discuss the future of the Antiochian Church in Syria and the U.S.

Tuesday 8:00 - 9:30AM
The Orthodox Convent of Our Lady, Seydnaya, Syria (image credit: De Agostini/C. Sappa)
Featured Speakers:
Patriarch John X
Metropolitan Joseph
Samuel Tadros
03
April 2017
Past Event
U.S.-Egyptian Relations in the Age of ISIS
Featured Speakers:
Nina Shea
Ambassador Alberto Fernandez
Samuel Tadros
03
April 2017
Past Event
U.S.-Egyptian Relations in the Age of ISIS

Alberto Fernandez, Nina Shea, and Samuel Tadros discuss the security, political, and religious freedom challenges facing Egypt

Monday 7:45 - 9:00AM
Featured Speakers:
Nina Shea
Ambassador Alberto Fernandez
Samuel Tadros
29
June 2016
Past Event
The Future of North Africa—Reports from Libya, Tunisia, and Morocco
Featured Speakers:
Lee Smith
Eric Brown
Sarah Feuer
Samuel Tadros
29
June 2016
Past Event
The Future of North Africa—Reports from Libya, Tunisia, and Morocco

Eric Brown, Sarah Feuer, Lee Smith, and Samuel Tadros discuss the prospects for lasting democracy and persistence of extremist sects in North Africa.

Wednesday 7:45 - 9:30AM
Featured Speakers:
Lee Smith
Eric Brown
Sarah Feuer
Samuel Tadros
The damage at the Abu Sifin church Giza, Egypt, on August 14, 2022, after more than forty people were killed when a fire ripped through a Coptic Christian church during Sunday mass. (Khaled Desouki/AFP via Getty Images)
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The damage at the Abu Sifin church Giza, Egypt, on August 14, 2022, after more than forty people were killed when a fire ripped through a Coptic Christian church during Sunday mass. (Khaled Desouki/AFP via Getty Images)
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Commentary
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A protester holds a poster of Mohammed Morsi during a protest against the mass execution sentence of 529 supporters of Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood on March 28, 2014. (Rahman Roslan/Getty Images)
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A protester holds a poster of Mohammed Morsi during a protest against the mass execution sentence of 529 supporters of Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood on March 28, 2014. (Rahman Roslan/Getty Images)
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Former Senior Fellow
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