Twitter Threads

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):  

 

Quantitative Security

 

#ChicagoIntroIR

 

 

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):

 

#NATO7for70

 

 

Click below to see links to a series of threads marking the 30th anniversary of collapse of the Berlin Wall:

 

#TheWall3for30

 

 

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!":

 

IR Has Something to Say

 

 

Click below to see links to tweets on findings from Chicago Council foreign policy opinion surveys.  

 

Chicago Council Survey Tweets

 

 

Click below to see links to tweets on the NewGene software

 

NewGene Software Tweets

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