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Opening Day

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On August 27, 2008
Ah, the first day of class…. nothing like coming into the office, pouring yourself a cup of coffee, then noticing that you didn’t quite finish the cup of coffee that you poured for yourself on the last day of class in April. Anyway, here are the webpage and syllabus for my National Security course. Share

Holbo on Fish

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On June 10, 2008

I was in the middle of arguing with Lemuel Pitkin about John Holbo’s post about this blog post by Stanley Fish, when for some reason the crooked timber supercomputer decided I needed to be place

Final Exams

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On May 3, 2008

For lack of a better topic to post on, here are my final exam questions. In both cases the students had roughly two hours to write on their choice of one of the three questions. First, Defense Statecr

An Idea Whose Time Has Come?

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On April 20, 2008
Interesting: Late last month, as students returned from spring break, the University of Chicago Law School announced that Internet access would be blocked from classrooms. While individual professors at law schools have created policies banning laptops or allowing them only for specific uses — and while some colleges don’t even have classroom Internet access, or […]

Spain Bleg

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On January 2, 2008

Anyone know any good academic/policy oriented articles on Spanish security policy? Or, really, anything at all about Spanish security policy? Share

More on the Terminal MA

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On November 14, 2007

PTJ has some additional thoughts, and Dan Drezner weighs in here. To respond in some detail, I’m deeply uncomfortable with the wall that PTJ wants to erect between scholarship and policy. ItR

The Terminal MA

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On November 6, 2007

Over at Duck, PTJ has an interesting post about a student who decided to pursue a terminal MA in international relations in order to “certify idealism”. PTJ is a bit hostile to this notion

Department of Understatement

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On October 26, 2007

From a mound of student essays I’m in the midst of grading: The abolition of slavery following the [civil] war was a great victory for African Americans, especially those living in the south. Wh

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