Monthly Archives: January 2012

All about Tragedy and Offensive Realism – the Life and Times of John Mearsheimer

Well I was on my way to examine “offshore balancing” when I encountered this fascinating piece by Robert D Kaplan – subject my colleague John Mearsheimer at political science at the University of Chicago. The article on John is contained … Continue reading

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Steve Clemons and the Revisionist Liberal American Foreign Policy Voice

  So returning to Steve Clemons’s and his review of grand strategy approaches in the Atlantic with his “Rebuilding America’s Stock of Power” which itself is a lead in for Steve to lead an  Atlantic Live session that will be … Continue reading

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Not For Me! No Yearend Predictions

    Though I appreciated all the list of international relations 2011 horrors – or the 2012 predicted horrors, I shall avoid the feeble speculation indulged in by many of blog colleagues.  No crystal ball for me. Instead I shall … Continue reading

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