My Twitter "threads" aim to help readers become familiar with the literature on an IR topic, gain general & historical insights into an IR topic, or add content to a lecture on an IR topic. Because I write a number of these threads (usually two or more a week), I am archiving them here.
Click below to see links for threads related to two courses I teach at the University of Chicago: Introduction to International Relations (an undergraduate course) and Quantitative Security (a graduate course):
Click below to see links to a series of threads marking the 70th anniversary of NATO (a few of these threads draw directly on my research related to NATO):
Click below to see links to a series of threads marking the 30th anniversary of collapse of the Berlin Wall:
Click below to see links to threads on a variety of international relations topics, commonly tied to a current event. Many of the earlier threads used the #IR_True_NonTrivial hashtag. Most threads now begin with a tweet containing "[THREAD]" and end with a tweet containing "[END]". The general idea is that, for a given topic, "IR scholarship has something to say about that!":
Click below to see links to tweets on findings from Chicago Council foreign policy opinion surveys.
Click below to see links to tweets on the NewGene software