About Samer Frangie

Samer Frangie is an assistant professor of political studies at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon. His research interests are social and political theory and political economy, with an emphasis on the middle east

Articles by Samer Frangie

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Syria's regime and a populist left

Syria under the rule of Hafez al-Assad acquired the image of a bastion of intransigent anti-imperialism that made it attractive to a section of the western left. The process reflected changes in regional politics whose effects are felt to this day, say Hazem Saghieh & Samer Frangie.

The Arab Revolutions: an end to the post-1967 problematic

Tunis and Egypt, despite still being the minority, have become the new rule, with the rest of the regimes being the exception.
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