Monthly Archives: October 2012

“Creeping Urgency” Still

    The New York Times article today, “Leaders Say the They Expect Agreement on Aid for Spanish Banks This Year.” called leaders decision-making as “creeping urgency”.  So where are European Leaders?  Well kinda where they were months ago.   … Continue reading

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So it is a Tentative “Thumbs Up”

  With our colleague Dan Drezner about to descend on the mighty University of Toronto, Dan was kind enough to alert me to a a recent Council on Foreign Relations Working Paper he’d just completed.  Entitled, “The Irony of Global … Continue reading

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