I recently released a “special” episode of Whiskey and IR Theory. Patrick Thaddeus Jackson and I reflect on the curious case of John Mearsheimer and the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
On Wednesday, I participated in a Quincy Institute virtual roundtable on “The Summit for Democracy” It was a bit odd. I’m pretty sure that I was supposed to play “liberal inter
So often, we frame the fight against climate change as a series of consumer decisions. That’s not completely inaccurate; certainly consumer decisions are part of the problem. But it goes much de
Good Nation piece on the how the U.S. increasingly gets the governments of Mexico and Central America to do its dirty deeds of keeping migrants out of the country for it. On January 18, hundreds of Gu
… or at least as a one-sided Cold War, with the leader of the other side focused on his dreams of a Moscow hotel and hoping for another electoral assist. If you haven’t seen it yet, you sh
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Douglas London, a retired Senior CIA Operations Officer, has a disturbing – but not in a terribly surprising way – piece at Just Security. The gist is that Trump is obsessed with taking down ̶
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