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Athens Archaeological Museum, photo by Grant Mitchell, via Wikimedia.

By Taylor Marvin

Athens Archaeological Museum, photo by Grant Mitchell, via Wikimedia.
Athens Archaeological Museum, photo by Grant Mitchell, via Wikimedia.

Jay Ulfelder and  Jeremy Wallace both have smart responses to Thomas Zeitzoff’s piece on micro-foundations in conflict research.

A new map of the internationalizing Syrian war. Relatedly, Syria attacks refugee camps over the Lebanese border.

The self-inflicted wounds of conflict scholarship, by Richard Jackson (via Phil Arena).

The UN Arms Trade Treaty passes — “if this is anything, it’s a tool for civil society to beat their governments on the head.”

Stephan Haggard on Kim Jong-un’s debatable craziness.

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