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Max Weiss
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Max Weiss is an associate professor of history and Near Eastern studies at Princeton University.

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A Darkly Intimate Thriller
The first time I watched Omar, the latest Oscar-nominated work by...
Ziad Doueiri's The Insult and the Return of the Lebanese Civil War
There is perhaps no better recent example of a historical moment in which the past is not even past than the case of the Lebanese civil war and its afterlives. Over the nearly three decades since the Taif agreement formally put an end to the...
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