Daniel W. Drezner

Everything Old Is New Again to Parag Khanna

Your humble blogger has been growing out his beard in support of the Boston Red Sox this playoff season, a decision that paid off handsomely ...

Daniel W. Drezner

Your God-awful International Relations Hook of the Day

I've written enough for a public audience in my day to know the importance of the "hook" -- the clever metaphor, historical analogy, provocative statement, ...

Daniel W. Drezner

The Friedman Feedback Loop

In an offhand tweet today, I believe Matthew Yglesias might have stumbled onto a heretofore undetected threat to the American way of life. Here's the ...

Daniel W. Drezner

The worst piece of conventional wisdom you will read this year

Paul Krugman is a very smart and very annoying person. Over the past few years he's been hammering away at political and economic advocates for ...

Daniel W. Drezner

Oh, Niall….

Over the weekend Niall Ferguson got himself into intellectual hot water over an off-the-cuff response to a question about Keynes in which he suggested that ...

Daniel W. Drezner

What is presidential leadership?

Since gun regulation failed the 60-vote threshold in the Senate, some pundits have trotted out the "failure of presidential leadership" meme. See Maureen Dowd, Ron Fournier, ...

Daniel W. Drezner

Boston you’re my home

Patriots' Day is a holiday in Massachusetts.  In Boston it is known for two events -- the running of the Boston Marathon and the only Major ...

Daniel W. Drezner

Five things that international relations scholars should shut the hell up about

Your humble blogger has been knee-deep in chairing, discussing, and attending International Studies Association panels all of which seem to have the word "diffusion" in the ...

Daniel W. Drezner

An open letter to the New York Times concerning Thomas Friedman

Dear New York Times: As the paper of record, your op-ed page is a natural target for snark, derision, and other forms of criticism.  I'll ...

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