Nayef Samhat and I have an essay in the latest Peace Review, "American Foreign Policy Legitimacy and the Global Public Sphere." 2006, v. 18 #2. I can send an electronic offprint (pdf), but please request it from my University email address.
Readers might also be interested in Dan Reiter's latest monograph, "Preventive War and Its Alternatives: The Lessons of History," published by the US Army's Strategic Studies Institute. I'm fairly certain that this is an outgrowth of Dan's previous piece on "The Osiraq Myth and the Track Record of Preventive Military Attacks." The pdf is available as a free download.
Finally, my Duck of Minerva posts from the last month or so:
I offered a "Homework assignment" on critical IR theory, May 23. George W. Bush is a funny guy.
Check out "Know your enemies, 2006 edition" from May 15. The post contrasts evolutions in US policy towards Muammar Qaddafi's Libya and Hugo Chavez's Venezuela.
See "US carrots for Iran" from May 3. There are plenty of tools available to influence Iran.
For your amusement, "The Decider," May 1. Koo-Koo-Ka-Choo!
Finally, see "The Paradox of Humanitarian Action" about 2006 Grawemeyer winner Fiona Terry, which was posted April 21.
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