This morning's panel went fine. I found a few things to talk about -- and disclosed to the audience of maybe 15 academics that I blog.
Nobody really reacted to that -- of course, I was the discussant.
Later, I hit the book room, picked up a free copy of the Carnegie Report on WMD, and headed to some panels and poster sessions in the afternoon. Somehow, I forgot to each lunch. That never happens with me.
Tomorrow, late morning, I deliver my paper on "Neorealists and Foreign Policy Debate: The Disconnect Between Theory and Practice." For anyone really bored by their own lives, I recommend my ISA paper (warning: pdf file)
Feedback is welcome.