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Link Round-up for April 11

From around the blogosphere: I have found a surprising plethora of items for your round up pleasure today. Bear with me and bask in the glow of knowledge: First, GTMO trials for the four most hi...

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Link Round-up for April 8

From around the blogosphere: For at least the past eight months, I have followed the presidential campaign fairly closely and kept up to date with much of the coverage—both horse race and mo...

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Link Round-up for April 4

From around the blogosphere: All-in-all, despite the Nuclear Summit here in DC and the late breaking news of massive world leader corruption, it’s been a relatively calm news week. Of c...

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Link Round-up for April 1

From around the blogosphere: I could have done an April Fools’ Day themed post. It could have consisted of an elaborate original hoax of my authorship, or a collection of the best April Fools...

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Link Round-up for March 28

From around the blogosphere: Easter should be a time of joy for those who celebrate it. Here in the U.S., we dye eggs and hide them (hoping we remember how many we hid so a few months from no...

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Link Round-up for March 25

The Brussels attacks: sympathy, but with some finger pointing… Given that deRaismes already covered the attacks on Tuesday, I just want to add an aspect of the aftermath Compared to recent ...

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Link Round-up for March 22

From around the blogosphere: Well, #isa2016 is officially over, and I’ve returned from the sun of Atlanta to the flurries of DC (??!!!). However, I am still in SERIOUS conference hangover m...

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Link Round-up for March 18

From around the blogosphere: Not being in attendance at ISA, I felt a sense of futility writing for an audience composed of those congregated in Atlanta. Also, I was severely disheartened by th...

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Link Round-up for March 15

From around the blogosphere: Greetings from Atlanta! ISA 2016 is upon us, which means turning our academic blinders on to the real world so that we can reach optimal discipline naval-gazing&helli...

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Link Round-up for March 11

From around the blogosphere: Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau Visits the U.S. On Thursday, President Obama welcomed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to the White House. The two le...

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