Its been a busy few months, starting work at the Strategy and Security Institute, at the University of Exeter which has proven to be an exciting place.
For Offshore Balancer followers, I’ve written an article in the RUSI Journal on ‘Why Distance Matters: Putting the Geo into Politics.’
I’ve also written a short cautionary piece on the debate over the No Fly Zone proposal and intervention in Syria here.
I’ve also started a monthly column at ‘War on the Rocks’, a great site helmed by Ryan Evans. The first column is here, ‘Was Paul Kennedy Right’, a qualified defence of Kennedy’s arguments about the gradual decline of the American superpower.
And there’s been a talk at the Cato Institute in Washington DC, about my book The Global Village Myth, here is a long clip: