A Far-From-Exhaustive American Foreign Relations Reading List

It’s that time of year again… Football is coming back, the leaves will soon start changing color, and my anxiety level and hatred of undergrads starts to spike again school begins again. Entering my second year of grad school, I realize that my already not-so-prolific blogging will likely become even less frequent in the coming months. Not only do I have to finish my coursework and assistant teach this year, I also have make significant progress in every grad student’s favorite pastime: comps reading.

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I do plan on continuing to blog throughout the semester, but it . . .
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The Reading List: Cyberwar, American Exceptionalism and Libya, and Democratic Peace Theory

Keeping up with foreign policy news and international relations literature is a never-ending task. There is just too much good stuff being written. “The Reading List” is our semi-regular column featuring noteworthy articles and books we've read recently. Not everything on this list is new, but always worthy of your time.

Wow. It’s been over a month since last time. Apologies all around, though I guess the events in Egypt, Japan, and Libya are decent enough excuses for procrastination and distraction. We’ve also been keeping busy with other stuff, including write-ups and reviews of Robert D. Kaplan’s new book Monsoon . . .
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The Reading List: Offense-defense, nuclear deterrence, and al Qaeda

Keeping up with foreign policy news and international relations literature is a never-ending task. There is just too much good stuff being written. “The Reading List” is our semi-regular column featuring noteworthy articles and books we've read recently. Not everything on this list is new, but always worthy of your time.

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Welcome to the inaugural edition of The Reading List! We've got mini-reviews of books, academic articles, and analyses. In addition to the ones below, be sure to check out our review of Dan Drezner's latest book International Relations Theory and ZOMBIES and write-up of C. . . .
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