Analysis, International Relations, Modeling, Science

Early Observations from ISA 2011

After two days at the International Studies Association Annual Conference (ISA) in Montreal, several interesting themes have emerged. Rather than mention panel by panel what I’ve seen, I figured I’d summarize my general impressions and provide some highlights at the mid-point of the conference. I’ll caveat everything by noting that the conference is a huge gathering and any attendee can only see a small portion of the total offerings. So, my observations are necessarily constrained by my choices of panels and side-discussions – I could easily have missed something.

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Admin, International Relations


Welcome to my blog posting for Agents, Evolution and International Relations. This first post is really a preamble to what I hope will become a useful outlet and venue for presenting and discussing new ideas about agent-based modeling and the study of the international system.

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