Dan Drezner is very unhappy about the outline for tonight’s foreign-policy debate. If he’s got the list of sections right, I’ll be pretty outraged as well. So I guess we’ll just talk the drinking game.
My suggestions: take a swig of your favorite beverage whenever you hear: “resolve,” “apologize,” “values,” “economy.” “credibility,” “unravelling,” “strength,” “exceptionalism,” “that’s just not true,” “energy independence,”and “kill.”
More Linkage below the fold:
- Africa’s maritime strategy.
- Jeffrey Lewis discusses “banning nuclear-armed ABMs.”
- Glen Hastedt forecasts the foreign policy of a Romney administration.
- Jay has a longish post on forecasting and accuracy.
- Matt Zwolinksi flags an upcoming webcast on commodification.
- Debora Weber-Wulf explains how to identify plagiarism in doctoral dissertations. In Germany this is apparently the equivalent of shooting fish in a barrel.