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Bloggled

[ 0 ] February 16, 2011 |

I blogged heads with the honorable Henry Farrell yesterday. Here we talk about net-centric revolution:

Responsibility, Russia, and New START

[ 2 ] December 1, 2010 |

I was on the blogging with the heads:

With the Blogging, and the Heads…

[ 6 ] October 13, 2010 |

I blogged heads with Michael Moynihan of Reason magazine yesterday. Here we talk about the absence of foreign policy in the 2010 midterm elections:

LGM Has Now Fully Colonized the Bloggingheads Lifeworld

[ 11 ] September 8, 2010 |

All your Bloggingheads are belong to us now.

QDR Bloggingheadsing

[ 0 ] February 3, 2010 |

Eli Lake and I talk QDR, and Long Wars against abstractions. Here we venture into the War on Drugs:

Stuff Blah Blah Blah More Stuff

[ 0 ] December 10, 2009 |

Let me give all the normal apologies for light/no posting; comprehensive exams at Patterson, travel, etc. Hopefully, there will be more opportunity to post this weekend; just ran a mini-simulation on a the US government reaction to the public announcement of the existence of vampires that might be of some interest. Until then, for those who can stomach it, I offer you Bob Wright and Christopher Hitchens:

Also note that the Recent Comments widget has resumed function.

Unlikely Obsession?

[ 0 ] November 11, 2009 |

I had the honor on Monday of Blogging Heads with Professor John Mueller, Woody Hayes Chair of National Security Studies at the Mershon Center at THE Ohio State University. The topic was Mueller’s latest book, Atomic Obsession, which argues that the historical importance of nuclear weapons has been overstated, and that the threat of a nuclear terrorist attack is wildly implausible:

On Paying the Price

[ 0 ] September 21, 2009 |

Mike Goldfarb and I have fun re: missile defense. Here Mike insists that Obama will pay a price for killing the Eastern European system, and I disagree:

The Drone War

[ 0 ] September 14, 2009 |

Had a good diavlog on Friday with Rachel Kleinfeld of the Truman Project. This clip focuses on the problems that the drone war in Af/Pak presents for a progressive security policy:

….and regarding the hat:

One thing I love about Rob Farley is his totally guileless, weirdly stylish stylelessness. Just look at that hat. That thing has no business outside of Boca city limits, or on a head with hair, but Farley couldn’t care less. He’s is a man who knows how to dress not cool, without trying to be cool, which is itself pretty cool.

Book Bloggingheads: Graveyard of Empires

[ 0 ] August 13, 2009 |

Seth Jones and I talked about his book Graveyard of Empires last week on Bloggingheads:

…sadly, I forgot my hat in Cincinnati. Hopefully I’ll have an appropriate substitute by the next Bloggingheads.

Intelligence Gathering Opportunity?

[ 0 ] June 25, 2009 |


I had the same thought as Jason Zengerle; inviting Iranian diplomats to the July 4 embassy picnics was potentially an intelligence gathering opportunity. This appears not to be the case, however.

Also, this is the nicest thing that Ann Althouse has ever said about anyone associated with LGM. An attempt at engagement to end the longstanding rift between our two peoples? Or unwelcome interference in LGM affairs?

The BH We’ll Never See

[ 0 ] June 11, 2009 |

This is clever.

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