RelationsInternational

global politics, relationally

18 Sep 2014
by Laura Sjoberg
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What to expect in graduate school: a primer

Editor’s Note: This post is co-authored by Andy Osiwak and Chad Clay, Assistant Professor of International Affairs at the University of Georgia, and is cross-posted at Quantitative Peace. It also owes a debt to our colleagues in UGA’s Departments of International Affairs and … Continue reading

15 Jul 2014
by Laura Sjoberg
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How To Write a Successful Academic Book (Tips from an Academic Editor)

This is a post by Erin Jenne, from Central European University. A security problem at RelationsInternational forced us to close accounts, so the author byline here is incorrect. Sorry for the inconvenience! As with the publishing world in general, today’s … Continue reading

9 Jul 2014
by Laura Sjoberg
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Academic Careerism and Poker Strategy: WSOP Edition

One of my good friends from college, Andrew Brokos, is a professional poker player and poker coach (as Foucault82, follow him at @thinkingpoker on Twitter). He is playing this week in the World Series of Poker Main Event in Las … Continue reading

7 Jul 2014
by Laura Sjoberg
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So You Want to Publish Your Dissertation (Tips from an Academic Editor)

This is a post by Erin Jenne, from Central European University. A security problem at RelationsInternational forced us to close accounts, so the author byline here is incorrect. Sorry for the inconvenience! Last fall Roger Haydon, Executive Editor at Cornell … Continue reading

16 Jun 2014
by Laura Sjoberg
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(Re)writing IR’s Unwritten Rules?

A fair amount of conversation, both online and offline, has arisen around my observations about my post on the unwritten rules of disciplinary IR. I have engaged a number of questions, including whether the rules I observed were uniquely American … Continue reading