Monday, May 28, 2007

May 28: Lebanon, now and then...

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Raising Sand's special correspondent Karen Button reports on the plight of Iraqi refugees in Jordan.

Stanford University Professor emeritus Michel Nabti presents a lens through which listeners can understand Lebanon's history and how it affects issues and events unfolding in Lebanon and the Middle East today. Prof. Nabti is a native of Lebanon with a Ph.D. in modern Middle East Studies from Stanford. His career includes a stint at the Hoover Institute, extensive travels in the Middle East, lecturing widely at universities, associations, civic organizations, and appearing in radio, television and print media.

Professor Nabti kicks off Raising Sand's series of in-depth views of the Middle East. Each segment will be archived on this blog and available for easy reference and download.

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