International Relations as Depicted by Cats

most salient military concern for NATO right now: is it warmer in Crimea than it is in Russia?

Anonymous asked: You're an undergrad? Quite a few Masters students in the DC area have been speculating. Luckily, we recognize our betters. Cheers!

Hi! I am an undergrad. Definitely not your better. I just put words on things, those things happening to be pictures of cats, those words sometimes maybe barely related to, say, IR vocab terms I learn in a class, or something the Economist snarks about that happens to grab my attention. Cheers to you :3 

wtfbruins:

Have we discussed Google’s shade yet?
u go google. u go.

wtfbruins:

Have we discussed Google’s shade yet?

u go google. u go.

(Source: giorgiochiellini, via songofsunset)

Anonymous asked: What are some good books to start with if one wants to learn about the field of international relations?

Jack S. Levy and William R. Thompson’s “Causes of War is an excellent textbook, and the one Prof. Stephen Walt uses for his Origins of Modern War class. It covers a lot of the major and even minor interstate and intrastate theories in very rich detail.

As textbooks are pricey, I can say that there’s a full .pdf version of this book somewhere on the internet that you can find with a clever google search.