Some links of interest: Paris Review interview with William Gibson. When blogs go dark. Conservative anti-interventionist streaks can be short-lived. I'm sure Tara Reid can find a place in the.
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 Asia. The.
Some notes in brief... Missile intercept: FAIL What does the Snowden episode tell us about IR theory? Japan: Flat-tops or no? Ugh. Democratic maturity and Canadian petro-statiness. Marx's thinking about.
From beautiful Kansas City. For your enjoyment: Surprisingly interesting piece on Christianity and Game of Thrones. The responsibilities of tenure track faculty to adjuncts. India gets C-17s. On erotic readings.
A few weeks ago Brad Plumer noted some theories as to why Americans don't move as much as they did in the past. My theory: Moving is objectively horrible, and.
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.
Links to grow on: Ambiguities in Chinese civil-military relations make it hard to read messages. I'm sure you've seen the Michael Shannon letter reading, but if you haven't... Daniel Little.
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.