Details are scant, but according to Anderson Cooper's blog, political scientist Samuel P. Huntington has died at the age of 81.
At the risk of convincing people that this is the blog for a serious virtual research group cum think tank, I wanted to post one of the most important finds of the day here. My own Managing Editor will probably kick my ass for not explaining the theoretical implications or practical relevance to readers, but seriously, I would think that it's pretty obvious: with this, who needs those pesky, high maintenance, prone-to-getting-shot-down UAVs? And if it was good enough to get Solo there, back and around again, then it's good enough for the troops.
It would have happened sooner or later. It's already happened to lesser bloggers.That's right. Drezner has sold out.He explains what it means here. Errrr... except for one liiiittttle detail: what's he getting paid to do this?
...except maybe another password...H/t MIT Media Lab
One of the great neglects of my relatively short blogging career has been the, err... failure to communicate with John Robb. And one of our characteristic eclecticisms here at CTlab is the war and architecture nexus. So when I stumble…