Gratuitous book recommendation

How will the international community respond to the challenges of a rapidly changing world? Will we see deeper and more sustained cooperation, or a reversion to crude power politics? To answer such questions, it is natural to turn to the international relations literature. I’ve just read Dan Drezner’s little introduction to the subject in one sitting, and if there’s a funnier social science book that has been published in the last couple of decades I’d be interested to hear about it.

4 thoughts on “Gratuitous book recommendation”

  1. I come to think….

    This here is from his website under the tab: PERSONAL

    You’d expect CV etc eventually to be posted there, but far from… LOL

    http://danieldrezner.com/dpersonal/

    In the little while I got to know a handful of economists from all over the world, I come to think that somehow the conservative Libertarian branch holds a special place for humor.

    Hilarious! 🙂 Thanks Kevin

  2. Interesting guy alright. I love this gem from his website

    Paper Advice
    “On Writing a Paper.” (September 1999) This is pretty didactic — I wrote the original draft when I was in Ukraine trying to teach English-speaking students how to write a propaganda-free esaay. Alas, I have found it increasingly useful to disseminate to both undergraduates and graduate student

  3. somehow the conservative Libertarian branch holds a special place for humor.

    Randroids with a sense of humour? Somewhat unlikely…

  4. Randroids with a sense of humour? Somewhat unlikely…

    Randroids… hehehe ….You’d be surprised!

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