As Bahrain, Libya, and Wisconsin burn, I’ve been in San Antonio for a Liberty Fund conference on “Strategy and Liberty in Thucydides Peloponnesian War”. There are sixteen particip
PTJ has an interesting idea: I did a little digging and thus far have been completely unable to locate something that I would have thought that someone would have already assembled: an online searchab
In honor of the trend of “How did I get it wrong” posts, this is a brief examination of how I managed to get it right on Iraq. Revisiting correct decisions can often be just as productiv
This is all interesting and stuff, but it would help if someone would explain which side is in favor of democracy, goodness, and apple pie, and which side is Islamist, anti-semitic, genocidal, Nazi, C
This goes up on the office door.
It’s interesting to me that “must” is so big in the tag clouds of both the Bush and Obama NSS. “Must” implies a lack of freedom; it’s much different than “may
Seems like progress, if sanctions on Iran are your thing: President Obama secured a promise from President Hu Jintao of China on Monday to join negotiations on a new package of sanctions against Iran,
In about an hour, Charli and I will sit on a roundtable titled “Do International Relations Blogs Inform Practice? Theory? Both? Neither?” with Stephen Walt, Dan Drezner, William Winecoff,