Stephen Walt, whose column I’ve been enjoying over at Foreign Policy, has a list of ten international relations articles you must read.
Unfortunately it looks like only one of them is available online for free. (Will do some googling this weekend to confirm/deny this.)
You know what would be cool, though? If FP paid to license these articles and hosted them at FP.com.
One neat role a media company can play in today’s weird world: It can “ransom” content from a thicket of licenses to make it available in a simple, useful way. (I think the way we make tons of library music available to producers in our VCAM program at Current is an example of this.)