Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Foreign Policy

Inside the Ivory Tower: "The picture of the discipline that emerges is a complex one. Some stereotypes are strengthened. Sixty-nine percent of international relations professors, for example, describe themselves as liberal; a scant 13 percent see themselves as conservative. They overwhelmingly opposed the U.S. war in Iraq, almost unanimously believe that the United States is less respected in the world because of it, and they think that this loss of respect poses a significant problem for U.S. foreign policy. Seventy-seven percent of them support free trade, and only 10 percent believe the United States should beef up its military budget."

4 comments:

Irish Paul said...

What the hell is that? That's possibly the worst comment I've ever read - you should cut that out lads!

Irish Paul said...

Ok you did cut out the comment and now my last comment just looks stupid. Thanks.

Stephen said...

You said to cut it out, so I did.

Tom said...

This is my favorite comment thread ever.