Today is the first day of the Autumn 2012 iteration of National Security Policy. Blog here, syllabus here, podcasts (will be) here. In addition to a host of smaller changes, I plan to run through a &
This is the third in an eight part series on this year’s Patterson School Summer Reading List: Jason Stearns, Dancing in the Glory of Monsters CJ Chivers, The Gun Anatol Lieven, Pakistan: A Hard
The Patterson School Spring Crisis Simulation has drawn to a close. The UK School of Journalism set up two sites to support the sim; check them out. This year’s sim involved Mexican cartels, t
Now this is just embarrassing: Something very ugly seems to have gone down during an exhibition basketball game between the Georgetown Hoyas and the Chinese professional team Baiyi. The Washington Pos
This is the third of an eight part series on the 2011 Patterson Summer Reading List. Paul Collier, The Plundered Planet Greg Mortenson, Stones into Schools Jason Stearns, Dancing in the Glory of Monst
Cameron McWhirter on the impact of the Mortenson scandal: Grass-roots nonprofits across the country now find themselves under intense scrutiny because of the Mortenson scandal. Many are considering go
I’ve written a summary of the Patterson School’s Spring Crisis Simulation (this year focusing on the Korean Peninsula) over at ID. Check it out.
The Patterson School has embarked on a trial effort to evaluate the utility of the iPad in a professional foreign policy program. I’ll be contributing to the iPatt blog, which will follow the