Shannon Walsh is the associate director of research and education at the Philos Project. She holds a BA in political science with an international relations concentration from Tulane University.
Catholics have a unique and urgent responsibility to confront antisemitism wherever they find it.
Shannon WalshJune 7, 2021
The Catholic community has come a long way in its relationship with its Jewish brothers and sisters, but there is more to be done. American Catholics can no longer be passive in our fight against antisemitism; we must be active, and we can start in our Catholic schools.
Shannon WalshOctober 27, 2020
While a transition to a democratic federal government would not serve as a remedy for all of Lebanon’s woes, by using Nigeria as a template, policymakers may find that the federal model presents the best possible solution to limit Hezbollah’s influence and ease ethnic and religious divides.
Shannon WalshOctober 5, 2020
If the West remains interested in promoting pluralism in the Middle East and preserving one of the oldest Christian communities in the world, it must turn its eyes to Lebanon and provide suitable alternatives to Chinese intervention. Failure to do so could be a crucial and catastrophic mistake.
Shannon WalshSeptember 3, 2020