Sunday, March 30, 2008

ISA Convention Wrap-Up

The ISA Convention went true to form: Way more to do than there was time to do it. With about 100 exhibitors and 1100 panels, it was impossible to see it all. That said, you can be pretty sure that it was all covered in one way or another. I strongly recommend that anyone who has an ongoing interest in virtually anything "international", whether it is a theory, crisis, conflict or policy, to search the paper archive. You will almost certainly find someone who presented something of interest to you.

If you want to see some of my posts on the conference, the links are below:
Poliheuristic Theory And Performativity: More Interesting Than They Sound
Interesting Resource: Keesing's World News Archive
Good Resource: International Center On Non-Violent Conflict
Striking A Bargain: Simulating And Teaching Diplomacy
International Relations A Growth Discipline In Brazil (Be sure to look at the comments as well)
Good Resource: The Uppsala Conflict Data Program

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