With the exception of my Nobel entry here, it's been a long time since I mentioned my posts at the international relations (IR) group blog, Duck of Minerva.
Tuesday, November 10, I posted "Syria updates," which focused on news about the alleged Israeli bombing of a Syrian nuclear facility in September 2007.
October 29, I blogged "Nuclear news" about Obama administration changes in U.S. nuclear declaratory policy -- and in planned arms deployments.
September 23, I posted "The legitimacy of America's wars," comparing the status of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
September 15, you can find "Reading Fareed," which is my take on Fareed Zakaria's latest book The Post-American World.
My August 17 post was about "The IR Analogy." Viewed from the perspective of international politics, American domestic politics is topsy-turvy -- placing vast power in the hands of small states and minimizing the importance of large affluent states with big populations.
August 4, I posted a video highlighting the end of the Bush era -- "Better When French."
"Desertification between the rivers" was the topic of my July 30 post. It concerns an ecological crisis Iraq faces.
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