Geneive Abdo

Stimson Center

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Fellow in the Middle East Program at the Stimson Center and author of a forthcoming monograph from Brookings, "The New Sectarianism," about Sunni-Shia relations post-Arab uprisings

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Two years of bloody violence against a brutal dictatorship in Syria have awakened the ancient rivalry between Sunni and Shiite Muslims.

Violence and the Politics of Religion in the Middle East

Two years of bloody violence against a brutal dictatorship in Syria have awakened the ancient rivalry between Sunni and Shiite Muslims.

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