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Hey now, it’s not as if knowing whether China has nuclear weapons is at all relevant to the practice of American foreign policy: I do view China as a potential military threat to the United States… we already have superiority in terms of our military capability, and I plan to get away from making cutting […]

Explaining Variance

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In Robert Farley
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On January 31, 2011
Ok, so let’s assume that Mubarak takes the easy way out and heads for healthier climes.  What explains the difference between the failure of the Green Revolution and the success of the Egyptian?  Some potential hypotheses: Ahmadinejad, whether or not (or by how much) he adjusted the election results, still had greater popular support than […]

The Iran Bits…

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In Robert Farley
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On October 23, 2010
There’s obviously much of interest in the Wikileaks Iraq release; for the moment the Iran stuff holds the bulk of my attention: But the field reports disclosed by WikiLeaks, which were never intended to be made public, underscore the seriousness with which Iran’s role has been seen by the American military. The political struggle between […]
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