I've gotten my end of quarter paper picked mostly and in addition to reading and internship stuff hope to get some outline dones this weekend.
- Either determining if democratization is necessary for reaching certain levels of economic productivity or looking for links between globalization reforms and democratization.
- A strategic paper on the handling of North Korea from the perspective of South Korea.
- Not exactly a paper, but I'll be do an annotated bibliograph of 60-100 sources on the impact of the war on terror on human rights in afghanistan. Should be some fun just war stuff.
All classes are going fairly well. Stat 2 is easy, Chinese is difficult because I'm not good with languages, the rest have involved a fair amount of reading or work, but been managable. Most work so far as been related to my Human Rights Writing and Research class. Which is a lot harder than it should have been, because endnote, the $120 bibliography manager that I effing bought, while having the option, doesn't work with SP2. They won't give me a patch but they claim they'll send a version in the mail, although that could be bs as I haven't gotten any follow up on it.
Think latter today I'll make a friends only post on teachers (nothing too harsh, I'd just prefer not to have it sitting out on the net) and a debate post (I quite approved of Kerry's performance, wish he had taken this tact at the convention).