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 H
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
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 th
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 ero
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 that we increasingly shun the exp
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
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… Da
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.