Curveballs and SlidersPosted: November 14, 2014
Sorry for the light blogging lately. I’m teaching a lot this semester. The upside is that I won’t be teaching at all next semester, which will (hopefully) allow me to get my new Iran book done by the end of the Summer.
But I just can’t resist drawing attention to this great new piece over at Atomic Reporters, featuring the exploits of a couple of my most favorite people. The post is entitled “Curveballs, Sliders & the Little Pitches that Start Big Wars.” It’s both entertaining and insightful.
On a more serious note, there’s also a very good new post over at Opinio Juris by Roger Alford, on the approach to treaty interpretation taken by the US Supreme Court in the Recent Bond case, concerning the Chemical Weapons Convention.
Also, Yousaf Butt has a very good new piece over at the National Interest on why the IAEA is getting Iran wrong.
BTW for those of you on Twitter, if you want you can follow me at @DanJoyner1 for similar recommendations and pithy observations.