International Law on Twitter (Looking for Follower No. 5000)

International Law on Twitter (Looking for Follower No. 5000)

Just a note to highlight OJ’s Twitter feed, which you can find here.  We link to posts on the blog, but there’s added content in the form of pointers to other items that might be of interest to OJ readers.

For those of you that haven’t taken up the habit, some serious material is floating around the Twitterverse at the same time that it’s easy to avoid the dreck.  If you’re looking for a starter package in international law, check out feeds from Ryan Goodman, Rob Howse, Blake Hounshell, David Kaye, David Bosco, and  Dan Drezner.  Most major NGOs, IOs, and governmental entities now have multiple feeds (the Department of State has dozens).  And don’t forget personal (opinionated!) feeds from OJ bloggers Kevin Heller, Julian Ku, and Ken Anderson.

Lots of interesting exchanges this week on legal aspects of the prospective Syria intervention. Updates from the 100th Anniversary Peace Palace gathering that Chris Borgen is reporting from are going up with the hashtag #peace100.

OJ is following 200+ accounts, which you can find here.  Thanks to the almost 5000 of you who are following us.

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