Day: September 22, 2012

Saturday Morning Linkage

  • Mass protests against militias in Benghazi demonstrate the power of mobilization-triggers and the weakness of movements that lack proper infrastructure. 
  • Marc Lynch analyzes Newsweek’s #muslimrage debacle.
  • Chris Zambellis writes at Jamestown’s China Daily Brief that Cairo is looking to China to provide it was exit options — and hence increased leverage — in US-Egypt relations; Prashanth Parameswaran reports on Sino-Malaysian relations; IPE Zone discusses Sino-Ukrainian trade relations.
  • Julian Ku at Opinio Juris argues that the US is likely obligated to defend the Senkaku Islands. 
  • Yves Smith at Naked Capitalism: “Europe’s Economy Sinks from Sight.”

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Podcast No. 9 – Interview with Kathryn Sikkink

The ninth episode of the Duck of Minerva Podcast just went live. In it, I interview Kathryn Sikkink about a variety of subjects, including her new book — The Justice Cascade: How Human Rights Prosecutions are Changing World Politics (W.W. Norton, 2011).

Contents

  • Introduction
  • Developmentalism in Latin America
  • Focusing on “Ideas” in the late 1980s and early 1990s
  • Activists Beyond Borders… and Beyond
  • The Justice Cascade
  • What Happaned to the Identity Agenda in Mainstream Constructivism?
  • The Persistent Power of Human Rights
  • Agency and Constructivism
  • Advice for Younger Scholars
  • End Matter

Note: podcasts now seem to be appearing every Friday, give or take. We’ll see how long we can sustain it.
A reminder: I am running the podcast feed on a separate blog. You can subscribe to our podcasts either via that blog’s Feedburner feed or its original atom feed (to do so within iTunes, go to “Advanced” and then choose “Subscribe to Podcast” and paste the feed URL). Individual episodes may be downloaded from the Podcasts tab.

Comments or thoughts on either this podcast or the series so far? Leave them here.

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