Stuff of note from the Intertubes: The burning questions you’ve long had about Indonesian submarine doctrine, finally answered. How does a Sidewinder really work? Enduring piracy in Southeast As
A few Sunday links for your pleasure: What went wrong with the Blue Jays? Capturing some of my current Snowden feelings… Project Terminated looks just fabulous… If you haven’t seen t
Let’s find us some links… Bernstein is more skeptical than most that the GOP will obstruct the DC circuit nominations. Economic growth and peace in East Asia are probably connected. Employ
Or, if you prefer, Monday morning… More on the Able Archer docs. Aaron Bady’s post on MOOCs is genuinely excellent. I thought Star Trek: Into Darkness was just awful, and I liked Abrams
To start your week: Dan Trombly on the contours of an air campaign in Syria, and (more importantly) why the United States should be extremely careful about intervening in the Syrian Civil War. The Ris
For your enjoyment: Hey, who doesn’t love a bag of cash? The end of the era of austerity? The remarkable potential of (really) small naval combatants. A crash course on Chechnya and Kyrgyzstan.
Links of note: Slavery and America’s early foreign policy. Erik and I covered some of this ground in our series on George Herring’s From Colony to Superpower. Google Alert for the Soul.
Some links for your pleasure: North Korea getting crazy. Not sure how to interpret this; but I’m guessing that it mostly has to do with North Korean elite politics. Nexon on Bush Derangement Syn