Hanin Ghaddar is the Managing Editor of NOW - English (mmedia.me), where she writes commentaries and analysis on Lebanese and regional politics, mainly Hezbollah, the Shia community, Syria and Iran. She contributes regularly to a number of magazines and newspapers, including The New York Times and Foreign Policy.
Ghaddar is also a nonresident fellow at the Rafik Hariri Center - The Atlantic Council, and a former Public Policy Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (Fall 2012).
Prior to joining NOW Lebanon in 2007, Ghaddar wrote for Assafir, Annahar and Al-Hayat and also worked as a researcher for the UNDP - regional office between 2002 and 2004. Ghaddar holds a Bachelor's degree in English Literature and a Master's degree in Middle Eastern Studies, both from the American University in Beirut.
June 20, 2016
Isolation and ignorance are no longer acceptable in a world moving from the right to knowledge to the right and means of communicating this knowledge. Amin Maalouf is not an exception.
May 16, 2016
Is Iran an ally? Some within the Lebanese Shiite community are reevaluating after the murky killing of a top Hezbollah commander in Syria
May 6, 2016
Opposition lists in upcoming municipal elections are sounding the alarm to Hezbollah
April 14, 2016
The Palestinians will not be forgiven for their apathy toward the suffering of the Syrian people.
April 5, 2016
The “resistance” has gone corporate and the old beliefs of liberation and freedom are now replaced with ambitions for promotion and better status.
March 4, 2016
Two former Hezbollah members talk to NOW about the party's potential transformations, the Shiite community’s anxieties and life in the heart of Dahiyeh.
February 4, 2016
Lebanon is now the state-within-Hezbollah’s-State; not the other way around.
December 23, 2015
Hezbollah's fears beyond the killing of Samir Kuntar.
December 3, 2015
In an interview in Beirut, Magda Haroun tells NOW that the Jewish community in Egypt is becoming extinct. The question today is how to save its heritage.
October 27, 2015
It looks like Moscow and Tehran have a clear and goal — to prop Assad up and crush the remaining rebel groups — but their long-term visions for Syria and the region differ.
also writes in Arabic
قلق في أوساط الشيعة بعد اغتيال بدر الدين
آخر اليهود في مصر
استراتيجية داعش للترهيب
هاني فحص: السيّد المشاكس
لست بلسانين... والقانون هو الفيصل
رسائل من سوريا الى إيران
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