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For Those Brave Souls Not Yet Weary

For those of you who have not yet grown tired of hearing me talk – and trust me, at this point even I’m getting a bit sick of the sound of my own voice, thankfully I’m back from the holidays and family members that were beginning to parrot my most well-worn statements on the phone that would never stop ringing – here is this hour-long program on Yemen and al-Qaeda from NPR’s On the Point with Tom Ashbrook.

I appeared with Riad Kawaji of the Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis.

And finally, for those who are going to be around Princeton on January 13, I am schedule to participate in a panel on Yemen alongside Ambassador Barbara Bodine, which is being co-sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson school and my own home department, the department of Near Eastern studies.

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Al-Qaeda in Yemen Date: Tuesday, July 7, 2009, 12:15 to 1:45 p.m. Location:Carnegie Endowment for International PeacePanel: Gregory D. Johnsen, Shari Villarosa, Christopher Boucek U.S. and Yemeni counterterrorism efforts dealt […]
Now that I have returned to the Princeton and given all the news that has been coming out of Yemen – or perhaps more accurately, been coming out about Yemen […]

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