Yale University may join the Louvre and the Guggenheim by opening an Arts Institute in Abu Dhabi.
The Oldest College Daily reports that
The University aims to make a final decision by June, Yale President Richard Levin said.
Over at National Review, Michael Rubin is trying to mau mau Yale over all this. Apparently the University of Connecticut canceled some sort of plans for a satellite campus in Dubai, so Yale should fall into line with the Israeli lobby, too, Rubin hints darkly.
Glenn Reynolds unfortunately seems to have swallowed his nonsense.
Let’s see now, we can’t discriminate against Muslims on our airlines, but we cannot allow companies from friendly Islamic countries to purchase port facilities in the United States, and we also should not be exporting fine arts education to them, either. Ridiculous.