Former U.S. Secretary of Defense William J. Perry briefs a Stanford audience on the geopolitical flash points he believes are most likely to trigger a nuclear conflict, as he delivers the Center for International Security and Cooperation's annual Drell Lecture.
In a recent interview with Yonhap News, David Straub, associate director of the Korea Program, says "Although the United States and the PRC certainly have differences [in dealing with the North Korean nuclear issue], they pale in copmarison to U.S.-Soviet differences."Yonhap News article in English (February 12, 2016)
The Leadership Academy for Development (LAD) is an innovative program at Stanford’s Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law that trains mid-level government officials and business leaders to be more effective in promoting policy changes in developing countries.
As part of the Program on Arab Reform and Democracy speaker series, Director of The Markaz: Resource Center Mona Damluji examined the impact of the US-led occupation of Iraq on sectarian-based urban segregation in Baghdad.