Reminder: The newsletter is migrating

Hey everyone, This is a reminder that the newsletter you’ve all come to love is migrating to another website. If you’ve enjoyed it so far, no worries, you will still get it. In order to do that, please go on The Fire These Times (thefirethisti.me) and add your email in the box thingy at the […]

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HFT Newsletter #9

Welcome to the ninth newsletter of Hummus For Thought, a monthly collection of thoughts and recommendations

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HFT Newsletter #8

Welcome to the eight newsletter of Hummus For Thought, a monthly collection of thoughts and recommendations, curated by Joey Ayoub (hello) from Geneva, Switzerland. It comes out on every first Sunday morning of the month. Join over 4,000 subscribers by clicking here to subscribe. If you’re getting this by email, please open this page on […]

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HFT Newsletter #7

Welcome to the seventh newsletter of Hummus For Thought, a monthly collection of thoughts and recommendations, curated by Joey Ayoub (hello) from Geneva, Switzerland. It comes out on every first Sunday morning of the month. Join over 4,000 subscribers by clicking here to subscribe. If you’re getting this by email, please open this page on […]

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HFT Newsletter #6

Welcome to the sixth newsletter of Hummus For Thought, a monthly collection of thoughts and recommendations.

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HFT Newsletter #5

Welcome to the fifth newsletter of Hummus For Thought, a monthly collection of thoughts and recommendations.

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HFT Newsletter #4

Welcome to the fourth newsletter of Hummus For Thought, a monthly collection of thoughts and recommendations.

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HFT Newsletter #3

Welcome to the third newsletter of Hummus For Thought, a monthly collection of thoughts and recommendations.

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HFT Newsletter #2

Welcome to the second newsletter of Hummus For Thought, a monthly collection of thoughts and recommendations.

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HFT Newsletter #1

Welcome to the first newsletter of Hummus For Thought, a monthly collection of thoughts and recommendations.

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The Interviews

Starting over the next few months I will be conducting a number of bilingual interviews on Lebanon with people that I admire who live in Lebanon or who have left Lebanon. Since 1990 Lebanon has been experiencing what is misleadingly called a postwar period. The warlords that built their status and their capital (financial, symbolic, […]

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