Posts Tagged ‘Recommended Reading’

A couple of my friends/Georgetown classmates had good articles published recently I thought I should share here.

From Phillip Padilla (sharing a byline with my former professor Daniel Byman), this article published in Slate about how the Bin Laden operation could have gone wrong.

From Adam Elkus, who blogs over at Rethinking Security, this article about military raiding published in The Atlantic.

Both are well worth taking the time to read.


The New York Times Magazine is publishing a story on Sunday chronicling the behind-the-scenes drama and the ever-changing narratives in the McCain campaign. Given that the campaign has essentially declared war on the Times at the most senior levels on multiple occasions, expect a similar response when this story runs. Politico has excerpts.