MIDDLE EAST STRATEGY AT HARVARD (http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/mesh)
Middle East Strategy at Harvard (MESH) is a project of the Olin Institute for Strategic Studies at the Weatherhead Center for In-ternational Affairs, Harvard University. MESH is a community of scholars who are interested in the formulation of U.S. policy toward the Middle East. MESH is convened by Harvard Uni-versity’s Beton Michael Kaneb Professor of National Security and Military Affairs, Stephen P. Rosen, and by Olin Institute Senior Fellow Martin Kramer. Its members include some of the most distinguished commentators on U.S. foreign policy.
MICHAEL J. TOTTEN’S MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL
Michael Totten, a liberal freelance journalist and blogger whose views have shifted from opposition to support of America’s foreign policy, writes brilliant articles about his experiences and research in many parts of the Middle East.
FOREIGN POLICY WATCH
Foreign Policy Watch is written by an undergraduate at Brown University, Jeb Koogler, and is one of the best student blogs around. His observations on foreign policy are a constant source of interesting information and reflections.
ACROSS THE BAY
Tony Bey, a Research Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and blogger on Lebanese and Syrian affairs, is a source of interesting information and compelling analy-sis of the policies and actions of the Lebanese and Syrian governments.