Thanassis Cambanis

Century Foundation

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Thanassis Cambanis is a fellow at the Century Foundation, a nonpartisan think-tank that focuses on US foreign and economic policy. A long-time reporter covering the Middle East and the Arab Spring, Cambanis is a contributor to the Boston Globe and a blogger at the Atlantic. He is the author of A Privilege to Die: Inside Hezbollah's Legions and Their Endless War against Israel and Once Upon a Revolution: An Egyptian Story.

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