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Feeds, some new:
War on the Rocks
Arms Control Wonk
The Duck of Minerva
Across the Aisle
Nukes of Hazard
Sean's Russia Blog
Ploughshares Fund, Early Warning
Wings Over Iraq
WOTR Art of War
Arms Control Now
WOTR Molotov Cocktail
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The Progressive Realist
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
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International relations (IR) or international affairs is a field of political science that studies relationships among countries, the roles of sovereign states, inter-governmental organizations (IGOs), international non-governmental organizations (INs), non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and multinational corporations (MNCs). International relations is an academic and a public policy field, and so can be positive and normative, because it analyzes and formulates the foreign policy of a given State.
As political activity, international relations dates from the time of the Greek historian Thucydides (c. 460–395 BC), and, in the early 20th century, became a discrete academic field (No. 5901 in the 4-digit UNESCO Nomenclature) within political science but in practice it remains highly interdisciplinary.
For example, international relations draws from the fields of: technology and engineering, economics, history, and international law, philosophy, geography, social work, sociology, anthropology, criminology, psychology, gender studies, cultural studies, culturology, diplomacy. The scope of international relations comprehends globalization, diplomatic relations, state sovereignty, international security, ecological sustainability, nuclear proliferation, nationalism, economic development, global finance, human security, foreign interventionism, and human rights.
The level beneath the unit (state) level can be useful both for explaining factors in international relations that other theories fail to explain, and for moving away from a state-centric view of international relations.
Psychological factors in international relations – Evaluating psychological factors in international relations comes from the understanding that a state is not a "black box" as proposed by realism, and that there may be other influences on foreign policy decisions. Examining the role of personalities in the decision making process can have some explanatory power, as can the role of misperception between various actors. A prominent application of sub-unit level psychological factors in international relations is the concept of Groupthink, another is the propensity of policymakers to think in terms of analogies.
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Science, technology and international relations – How science and technology impact the global health, business, environment, technology, and development.
International political economy, and economic factors in international relations
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This free Antiwar application allows you to read Antiwar.com news, originals, and blog, with more to come.
This is not a port of the iOS app (which I also wrote), but an entirely new app written from the ground up using the latest Android UI guidelines (or at least that's my hope). While I consider this a beta release, it should be fully functional for what it has. All suggestions, comments, ideas, and bug reports are welcome! Please feel free to contact me before leaving a review if you find a bug...
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Remember the 2012 elections? Here are the VIDEOS and DIRECT QUOTES from 2012 Political Candidates
The quotes are grouped into themes:
Energy & Environment
The list of themes might expand as the political landscape changes and new topics gain prominence.
Political Candidates that were covered:
Barack Obama, Democrat (President of the United States – incumbent)
Mitt Romney, Republican (President of the United States – candidate)
Joe Biden, Democrat (Vice President of the United States - incumbent)
Paul Ryan, Republican (Vice President of the United States - candidate)
John Barrasso, Republican (US Senate WY - incumbent)
Michael Baumgartner, Republican (US Senate WA - candidate)
John Boehner, Republican (US House of Representatives OH - incumbent)
Dan Bongino, Republican (US Senate MD - candidate)
Scott Brown, Republican (US Senate MA - incumbent)
Sherrod Brown, Democrat (US Senate OH- incumbent)
Eric Cantor, Republican (US House of Representatives VI - incumbent)
Maria Cantwell, Democrat (US Senate WA - incumbent)
Ben Cardin, Democrat (US Senate MD - incumbent)
Tom Carper, Democrat (US Senate DE - incumbent)
Bob Casey, Democrat (US Senate PA - incumbent)
Bob Corker, Republican (US Senate TN - incumbent)
Cynthia Dill, Democrat (US Senate ME - candidate)
Joe Donnelly, Democrat (US Senate IN - candidate)
Dick Durbin, Democrat (US Senate IL - incumbent)
Elizabeth Emken, Republican (US Senate CA - candidate)
Dianne Feinstein, Democrat (US Senate CA - incumbent)
Deb Fischer, Republican (US Senate NE - candidate)
Kirsten Gillibrand, Democrat (US Senate MA - incumbent)
Orrin Hatch, Republican (US Senate UT - incumbent)
Martin Heinrich, Democrat (US Senate NM - candidate)
Dean Heller, Republican (US Senate NV - incumbent)
Scott Howell, Democrat (US Senate UT - candidate)
Steny Hoyer, Democrat (US House of Representatives MD - incumbent)
Darrell Issa, Republican (US House of Representatives CA - incumbent)
Bob Kerrey, Democrat (US Senate NE - candidate)
Angus King, Independent (US Senate ME - candidate)
Amy Klobuchar, Democrat (US Senate MN - incumbent)
Joseph Kyrillos, Republican (US Senate NJ - candidate)
Joe Manchin, Democrat (US Senate WV - incumbent)
Josh Mandel, Republican (US Senate OH - candidate)
Claire McCaskill, Democrat (US Senate MO - incumbent)
Mitch McConnell, Republican (US Senate KY - incumbent)
Bob Menendez, Democrat (US Senate NJ - incumbent)
Richard Mourdock, Republican (US Senate IN - candidate)
Bill Nelson, Democrat (US Senate FL - incumbent)
Nancy Pelosi, Democrat (US House of Representatives CA - incumbent)
John Raese, Republican (US Senate WV - candidate)
Denny Rehberg, Republican (US Senate MT - candidate)
Harry Reid, Democrat (US Senate NV - incumbent)
Bernie Sanders, Independent (US Senate VT - incumbent)
Debbie Stabenow, Democrat (US Senate MI - incumbent)
Charles Summers, Republican (US Senate ME - candidate)
Jon Tester, Democrat (US Senate MT - incumbent)
Elizabeth Warren, Democrat (US Senate MA - candidate)
Sheldon Whitehouse, Democrat (US Senate RI - incumbent)
Roger Wicker, Republican (US Senate MS - incumbent)
Heather Wilson, Republican (US Senate NM - candidate)
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