I had to skip the APSA Annual Convention on very short notice this year. Alex Montgomery asked me if I could therefore do some sort of a video presentation for the panel he and Emilie Hafner-Burton asked me to present.
So, I produced a ~20 minute video on the subject of “The Relational Turn in the Study of World Politics.” Or, more accurately, I cobbled together a video between roughly midnight and 5am the day of the panel. And it shows. Not the most riveting thing I’ve done… not by a long shot.
Still, I thought that, after all that work I might find some other use for it. So I uploaded it to YouTube and present it (in three parts) below the fold.
Warning, this is for those with a strong stomach for abstract IR theory only.
I’ve pulled part 3. The audio de-synched when I All three are back up. Oddly enough,it handled the AAC sound encoding fine on part 1, but couldn’t on parts 2 and 3. Re-encoding as Linear PCM made YouTube happy.] split the video for YouTube uploaded the videos. Back up soon