Congratulations, Dan Drezner

Before we shift into full debate more here, we just wanted to offer our congratulations to fellow FP blogger Daniel Drezner, whose eponymous blog was just named as one of the 25 best on the whole Internets by Time.  Drezner recently celebrated the 10-year anniversary of his blog and it was an honor when he ...

By , a former associate editor at Foreign Policy.
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Before we shift into full debate more here, we just wanted to offer our congratulations to fellow FP blogger Daniel Drezner, whose eponymous blog was just named as one of the 25 best on the whole Internets by Time

Drezner recently celebrated the 10-year anniversary of his blog and it was an honor when he moved over to our site to be part of the original lineup of ForeignPolicy.com blogs launched in 2009. The blog is a mandatory daily read and we're thrilled it's getting the recognition it deserves.

(Above: Reaction from loyal Drezner readers.)

Before we shift into full debate more here, we just wanted to offer our congratulations to fellow FP blogger Daniel Drezner, whose eponymous blog was just named as one of the 25 best on the whole Internets by Time

Drezner recently celebrated the 10-year anniversary of his blog and it was an honor when he moved over to our site to be part of the original lineup of ForeignPolicy.com blogs launched in 2009. The blog is a mandatory daily read and we’re thrilled it’s getting the recognition it deserves.

(Above: Reaction from loyal Drezner readers.)

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

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