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A Post-ISA Round Up

It may be a few weeks late, but I’m glad to report that the International Studies Association conference in Montreal was a success. I presented on two separate panels – Getting to Grips with Global Governance, and Global Media, Open … Continue reading

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NYT On the Education of a President

The New York Times published an article on 10/12/2010 by Peter Baker about the education of President Barack Obama, and it was not on his schooling – it was on the lessons Mr. Obama has learned during his first two … Continue reading

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Its Official – ISA Conference is a Go!

If some of you remember the post from quite a while ago (This One), I submitted, with one of my peers, several paper proposals to the International Studies Association Conference in Montreal. Well, a few months and much waiting later, … Continue reading

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The Government Employment Process. Or: Frustration in a Can.

Do you ever get the urge to rip the head of the next fuzzy and cute thing that wanders your way.? In the spirit of list-based comedy, I’m going to explain why trying to find your first federal job equates … Continue reading

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