Public Service Announcement
Many Passport readers may not be aware of a resource we’ve been quietly experimenting with in the background — our “Must Reads” section. We come across a great deal of good stuff on the Internets in the course of our work, and we can’t blog or use it all. But we think readers will appreciate ...
Many Passport readers may not be aware of a resource we’ve been quietly experimenting with in the background — our “Must Reads” section. We come across a great deal of good stuff on the Internets in the course of our work, and we can’t blog or use it all. But we think readers will appreciate a quick and easy place to go to find links to interesting news stories and analysis elsewhere.
We’re definitely still tinkering with the format, so let us know if this is a resource you think we can improve.
Also on the top “Quick Links” bar, we have a handy link to the latest free articles posted on ForeignPolicy.com, a.k.a. “the mothership.” This week, for instance, we have a list on the world’s worst advisors, an argument for why the Ivory Tower and the Pentagon don’t mix, and an interview with McClatchy reporter Nancy Youssef on the politics of Barack Obama’s trip to Baghdad. Every Monday through Thursday, we post new Web exclusives online, so check back in regularly for the latest and greatest.
Finally, if you have any suggestions for topics you’d like us to cover, shoot me an e-mail or weigh in via the comments section below.
Blake Hounshell is a former managing editor of Foreign Policy.
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