Daily Archives: December 4, 2010

Upside to the Downside on Wikileaks

As I have previously posted, I do not agree with the Wikileaks from a conflict perspective because they potentially make diplomatic conflict resolution much more difficult. There are lots of other reasons that they are a bad idea, but as … Continue reading

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Passed the 5000 Hits Mark

Thanks for all your support: we raced past the 5000 hits mark earlier today, including over 1200 in November and 413 today.

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Get Your War On

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Joseph Stiglitz on Criteria for US Deficit Reduction (a la Max Bazerman)

Max Bazerman, whose Judgment in Managerial Decision Making I much admire, suggests that when making decisions between alternatives on major issues in our lives, we should identify the criteria for making a good decision BEFORE we invent the alternatives. This … Continue reading

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Google Earth Surprise

As my regular readers know, I love Google Earth and always look at areas where conflict is happening to see the lie of the land. Last week I was looking at the Korean DMZ in detail. Now the excellent Google … Continue reading

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