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January 01, 2009



Happy to hear that dead Aardvarks reincarnate. Congratulations on the move. See you there on Monday.



Please leave your archives available.


Brian Ulrich

I agree about the archives - there are a couple of posts I was considering using in teaching next semester.



I read Geneive Abdo's "Why Not to Engage Iran (Yet):
Barack Obama is Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s only hope" and I'm wicked underwhelmed. Longer note at wampum.


Dave Martin

Best wishes. The Aardvark has been a useful connection to a confusing part of the world.

I think I got some notion of the value of knowledgeable faculty long ago, as an undergrad at Penn State (Arthur Goldschmidt's popular introduction to the Middle East, among other offerings). I continue to respect academic researchers in my own area of expertise, which evolved into being something of a conservation biologist at a Federal agency. Good ecologists, time and again, come up with new understandings and surprises.

Diala Al Jabri

glad u are and will remain a well informed phoenix rising from the ashes...good luck to u and us....will follow u wherever u write

Cheryl Rofer

Congrats, Marc!

I'm looking forward to seeing what the new enterprise looks like.


Congratulations, thanks and best wishes.
I haven't commented before and rather wish I had shared my plaudits sooner. I'll be visiting the new spot just as regularly and thanks for the great work.


Always enjoyed your blog but the foreign policy team sounds great so I'll be happy to move with you.


Congratulations! Though, I am going to miss this place. I learned a lot here, but I suppose I still will at your new digs. Just won't be the same though.


These sorts of changes remind me of the old quote, "Le roi est mort. Vive le roi!"




Hope the move proves to be fruitful. I've enjoyed AA. I also never thanked you for being one of the very first sites to provide a link to my blog. I really appreciated that.


Glad to hear that abu aardvark will continue on, especially at the excellent FP blogs.

Eric Martin

Congrats Prof. See you at your new abode.

Cynthia Berger

Thanks for all of your hard work. You are one of the pioneers of intellectual blogging. Your gift of putting complicated information out there has been important. Good luck on your new adventure.

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