International Security Discipulus (ISD) – is a blog publisher and networking platform for students, recent graduates, and interested others covering International Security and International Relations.
Yes, young scholars, do blog – but not just to get your name on the net. It gives you practice in clear, crisp, concise non-scholarly writing, which is the kind of writing you need to learn. It sharpens your skills in debate on the big current issues, which are the skills you need. And it helps teach you to give, and take, criticism gracefully, which is essential to anyone who intends to argue for a living. But one word of caution: blogging is publishing, so always think very carefully before hitting ‘send’.
So, get thinking, get writing, get sending, and get published.
ISD is now accepting your blog submissions.
Comments are welcomed. All that I ask is that you please consider the words of the wise old man whose picture heads this blog and remember to be courteous: ‘When you have to kill a man it costs nothing to be polite’.
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