- ISA News: Congratulations to Dan and Patrick! They will be involved with ISQ — ISA’s flagship publication for the next five years. Dan has been selected as the lead editor, Patrick as the web editor. Congrats!
- I’m not a fan of the new grading software technologies, but maybe I can be persuaded — grading while at ISA does suck.
- Already? Minerva (note: not Duck of) a threat to MOOCs.
- We have an answer to the universe? It’s all code? Cool.
- The decline in critical thinking in the US is becoming a national security concern. Can we securitize the liberal arts?
- Barbara Walter, Daniel Maliniak, and Ryan Powers find that articles written by women in IR are cited significantly less than articles written by men.
- Why leaving Afghanistan isn’t so easy — retrograde logistics.
20122013, it’s now a $5m bounty.
- ISA public service announcement: Seriously? This is the third day of the conference — does this really need to be spelled out? For all of you standing in line for 30 minutes for your Starbucks coffee in the Hilton lobby — there are three Starbucks within two blocks of the hotel — closest is a half a block on Powell and O’Farrell. #getacluealready