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Samuel Tadros

Senior Fellow

Samuel Tadros is a Senior Fellow at Hudson Institute’s Center for Religious Freedom. At Hudson, he is researching Middle Eastern politics, Islamist movements and religious freedom.

He is also the 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 teaches 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 has received his MA in Democracy and Governance from Georgetown University and his BA in Political Science from the American University in Cairo.

His articles have previously been published by the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, The Atlantic, Current Trends in Islamist Ideology, National Review, World Affairs, and the Weekly Standard.
He is the author of Motherland Lost: The Egyptian and Coptic Quest for Modernity __(2013) and __Reflections on the Revolution in Egypt (2014) both by Hoover Press.

The Holocaust and the Arab World June 27 Event

The Future of Orthodox Christianity in Syria and America October 24th Event

U.S.-Egyptian Relations in the Age of ISIS April 3rd Event

The Future of North Africa—Reports from Libya, Tunisia, and Morocco June 29th Event

Egypt's Enduring Security Challenges February 23rd Event

Prospects for Christians in the Path of Persecution March 18th Event

The State and Future of Egypt’s Islamists December 18th Event

Markets, Civil Society, and Democratic Change in the Middle East

Motherland Lost: The Egyptian and Coptic Quest for Modernity

The Arab Spring: One Year On

The Coptic Winter: What Does the Massacre at Maspero Mean for Egypt's Christians?

Egypt, Its Revolution and Future: How Should the U.S. Respond?