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Episode 19: “W” Stands for “Canonical Realist”

PTJ and Dan pick up where they left off – on Chapter 5 of Arnold Wolfers’ Discord and Collaborati…

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Counterfactual Thinking and NATO Expansion

The counterfactual analysis used in debates about NATO expansion is far too limited. It makes the untenable assumption that the world would like mostly the same. This piece offers an alternative.

Episode 19: “W” Stands for “Canonical Realist”

PTJ and Dan pick up where they left off – on Chapter 5 of Arnold Wolfers’ Discord and Collaborati…

6+1 QUESTIONS ABOUT Resowing the Seeds of War: Presidential Peace Rhetoric Since 1945

What if how presidents talk about ending wars contributes to the cycle of U.S. military intervention? Stephen J. Heidt answers 6+1 questions about his new book.

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International Studies Blogging Awards Update[d]

I've long warned promised that I would start flogging these awards in a serious way. Due, in part to some prodding from SAGE, that time has now come. Here's where we stand: Nominees for Best Blog (Group): Abu Muqawama Arms Control Wonk Crooked Timber The Disorder of Things IPE at UNC Kings of War Nominees for Best Blog (Individual): Dart-Throwing...

Bilateral Climate Cooperation between China and the United States: What Should We Expect?

One of this weeks big news items in international relations was the progress that China and the United States had made in their bilateral climate talks (gated but free registration available). While it is too early to say if the talks result in concrete action, this is the first time since forever that the two largest emitters are recognizing...