Well, I’m heading back to Cambridge tomorrow, after a wonderful year away. There will be spotty internet access for the next few days as we move into our new place, and shortly thereafter I’ll be back in the regular grind of dissertation research, conference papers, grant applications, and teaching.
What this means is that blogging will probably slow down for a while, which is a real shame because the money is so good. Alas, it’s not quite as good as being a graduate student in the humanities…
In the meantime, here is some reading:
- Lebanese villagers apparently don’t like Hizbullah;
- Lebanese villagers apparently like Snoop Dogg;
- A television show along the lines of what I proposed in yesterday’s post is apparently already on LBC, but it stars children;
- Michael Young does not believe that Bassil is the real obstacle to the cabinet formation;
- Ms. Tee explains the three theories as to why there is no cabinet yet in Lebanon;
- Laura Rozen gives us a peek at Obama’s long-awaited Mideast peace strategy (a so-called “Madrid Plus“)
- The Syrian Socialist Nationalist Party (SSNP) reports fire in the party founder’s tree house. (Read the comments, they’re hilarious)
Someone send me an email when Lebanon has a government. Thanks!