What do Lady Gaga and Small Wars Journal have in common?

No, David Kilcullen and Gian Gentile aren’t dropping guest verses on the new “Pokerface” remix. Apparently the strategy supersite has made it onto Rolling Stone‘s 2009 “Hot List.” We’ll have to wait for the print edition to read the full citation but in the introduction, RS’s editors note that “they’re banking on an assortment of ...

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No, David Kilcullen and Gian Gentile aren't dropping guest verses on the new "Pokerface" remix. Apparently the strategy supersite has made it onto Rolling Stone's 2009 "Hot List." We'll have to wait for the print edition to read the full citation but in the introduction, RS's editors note that "they're banking on an assortment of movers, shakers and muckrakers that runs the gamut from the warfare digest "Small Wars Journal" to Hot Issue cover girl Lady Gaga."

Congratulations to everyone at SWJ! The recognition is well deserved. Since FP has teamed up with them to publish Robert Haddick's excellent weekly column "This Week at War," we can't help but feel a little hotter ourselves today. 

Rumors that Ricks and Rothkopf are appearing together on the next Tiger Beat cover have yet to be confirmed.

No, David Kilcullen and Gian Gentile aren’t dropping guest verses on the new “Pokerface” remix. Apparently the strategy supersite has made it onto Rolling Stone‘s 2009 “Hot List.” We’ll have to wait for the print edition to read the full citation but in the introduction, RS’s editors note that “they’re banking on an assortment of movers, shakers and muckrakers that runs the gamut from the warfare digest “Small Wars Journal” to Hot Issue cover girl Lady Gaga.”

Congratulations to everyone at SWJ! The recognition is well deserved. Since FP has teamed up with them to publish Robert Haddick’s excellent weekly column “This Week at War,” we can’t help but feel a little hotter ourselves today. 

Rumors that Ricks and Rothkopf are appearing together on the next Tiger Beat cover have yet to be confirmed.

Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy  Twitter: @joshuakeating

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