Daniel W. Drezner

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Not Your Dad’s Academy

Nick Kristof is wrong. Professors are more relevant, accessible, and tech-savvy than ever before.

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There’s Something Rotten in Hogsmeade

Snowden-esque scandals at the Ministry of Magic (and Ron and Hermione got a divorce).

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Altitude Sickness

Why does Davos so often get the world's big questions wrong?

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Bob Gates Doesn’t Know Much About History

The former secretary of defense thinks this is the first time politics played a role in foreign policy? Please.

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Presenting the Albies of 2013

The best global political economy writing of the year -- tweets included.

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The Year of Living Hegemonically

How can the world be getting so much better when U.S. power is waning?

Daniel W. Drezner

Closing Time

This will be my last blog post for Foreign Policy -- indeed, in all likelihood, my last blog post, period.  Let me explain.  Astute observers ...

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The Biggest Foreign Policy Screw-Up of 2013

At the end of last week, The New Yorker's John Lee Anderson compiled a list of the top twelve "Geostrategic Gestures of 2013."  Now, to ...

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Two-Headed Serpent Robinson Cano Flees 3,000 Miles to Cowardly Underwater Baseball Team

Give the North Korean government credit -- in this media-saturated age, they still have the capacity to capture the attention of observers from the rest ...

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