Wartime memory formation in China and JapanShorenstein APARC News
Writing recently in Asia-Pacific Review, Daniel Sneider describes how World War II era events are depicted differently in history textbooks in China and Japan.
Shorenstein APARC, SCP News
How would China reshape the U.S.-led international order, and would it attempt to? Speaking during the annual Oksenberg Lecture, Thomas Fingar addressed these and other questions related to China's impressive economic, political, and military "rise" of the past three decades. Read more »
FSI Stanford, The Europe Center News
The Europe Center, through its Program on Sweden, Scandinavia, and the Baltic Region, has forged partnerships with those who bring visionary solutions to the challenge of diversity and reconciliation in our increasingly globalized world. “Harbor of Hope: a special evening celebrating Sweden’s diverse cultures” held on May 6th is the latest effort by the Europe Center to disseminate this new way of thinking. The participation of Sweden’s leading documentary filmmaker Magnus Gertten, and Sweden’s cultural entrepreneur Ozan Sunar, resulted in an unprecedented pairing and an evening of motivating insight for a large public audience. Read more »
Shorenstein APARC, FSI Stanford News
This May the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center celebrated 30 years of connecting Asia and Stanford, and helping to guide American policy towards the region.
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CISAC, FSI Stanford in the news
George Bunn, a former CISAC consulting professor for two decades who helped negotiate the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, has died. He leaves behind a legacy of lifelong commitment to the abolition of nuclear weapons worldwide. Read more »
Shorenstein APARC News
As Shorenstein APARC celebrates its thirtieth anniversary this May, director Gi-Wook Shin reflects on the Center's successful past and bright future. Read more »
CISAC, FSI Stanford News
Stanford Law School celebrates the publication of CISAC Co-Director's new book, "Governing Security," and Cuéllar talks about why he wrote the book that explores the history of two major federal agencies: the Roosevelt-era Federal Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security. Read more »