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MESH on Twitter

From MESH Admin On Twitter? Now MESH is there, with all posts and comments (including links). Click here. You may review all subscription options by looking under “Subscribe” on the right sidebar.

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New: Upcoming events at Harvard

From MESH Admin If you are situated at Harvard or nearby, you now have another reason to visit MESH every day, in addition to the weblog. Scroll down to the lower end of the right sidebar for upcoming events from the calendars of the Weatherhead Center, the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, and the Belfer […]

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MESH at one

From Stephen Peter Rosen and Martin Kramer Last weekend marked the first anniversary of Middle East Strategy at Harvard (MESH), which we launched on December 5, 2007. Over the past year, MESH has provided a platform for expert discussions on a wide range of issues by an impressive array of authorities. The site has acquired […]

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MESH user’s guide

From MESH Admin The blog at MESH differs in an important way from most multi-expert blogs. We have some advice about how to make the most of the website, and how not to miss any of the action.

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MESH is launched

From Stephen Peter Rosen and Martin Kramer Middle East Strategy at Harvard (MESH) is open for business. Why do we think there’s a need for another weblog, and why at Harvard? The Middle East today receives saturation coverage in the mainstream and alternative media, journals, and books. But we feel there’s no such thing as […]

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