Important, from Mark Dawson at Ethnography.com.
On 3 July, The New Republic‘s TNR Conversation with Josh Patashnik hosted the Brookings Institution’s Benjamin Wittes, author of the recently released Law and the Long War: The Future of Justice in an Age of Terror (Penguin Press, 2008), and the New America Foundation’s Andrew McCarthy, author of Willful Blindness: A Memoir of the Jihad (Encounter Books, 2008).
A while back Tim mentioned a great new blog by NYU political science doctoral student Drew Conway, entitled Zero Intelligence Agents, which asks the question “How can the social sciences, mathematics, and […]
Chris Albon‘s intelligent and focused weblog, War and Health, deals with armed conflict, public health, and human security. Worth reading. I’ve just added it to the CT-NET COINLAB page.
I took my revenge after a hundred years, and I only regret that I acted in haste.
A few weeks ago CTLab’s esteemed Managing Editor tagged me with the equivalent of a chain-letter. Now normally, this is the kind of thing I flush down the toilet with extreme prejudice, and walk briskly away, whistling a merry tune as I go. In this case, I thought it better to lie in wait, lull my tormentor into a complacent stupor, and then pounce. And so it goes.
The rules are simple: