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FoPo BLOGGING….Lots of new foreign policy blogging over at Foreign Policy magazine today. They’ve rolled out a whole series of new blogs from Dan Drezner, Steven Walt, Tom Ricks, David Rothkopf, Marc Lynch, and Laura Rozen (“The Cable”). There’s also — and no, I’m not making this up — Madam Secretary, “an obsessive blog about all things Hillary Clinton.” There are also a few new group blogs, and of course, their current blog, Passport, continues as usual.

Dan, Marc, and Laura are old friends around here, and I wish them luck in their new home. The others, especially Ricks and Walt, will be worth keeping an eye on too. The official intro is here.

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