I’m pleased (and a mite chagrined) to announce that my article "The End of the American Era" won the readers’ poll over at The Browser. My thanks to any of you who went online and voted for it. Needless to say, winning an online poll like this doesn’t tell you much (anything?) about the relative ...
Needless to say, winning an online poll like this doesn’t tell you much (anything?) about the relative merits of the different nominated articles. For all I know, I was the only person to mention it on a blog, which might well explain the outcome. I’ve spent some time reading the other articles in the contest and I commend them to you: there are some pretty interesting and wide-ranging pieces in the group.
Again, my thanks to any of you who voted, and I promise I won’t let it go to my head. And I’m even more grateful for the responses to my earlier request for help on things to read on the general topic of policy analysis.
Stephen M. Walt is a columnist at Foreign Policy and the Robert and Renée Belfer professor of international relations at Harvard University. Twitter: @stephenwalt
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