The Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law seeks to understand and advance the conditions for just, democratic, and sustainable development around the world. Director: Kathryn Stoner
The Center on Food Security and the Environment addresses critical global issues of hunger, poverty and environmental degradation. Director: David Lobell
The Center for International Security and Cooperation is Stanford University’s hub for researchers tackling some of the world's most pressing security and international cooperation issues. Co-directors: Rod Ewing and Scott Sagan
The Europe Center at Stanford University provides an interdisciplinary platform for scholarship on the histories, cultures, institutions, and people of Europe. Director: Christophe Crombez.
Stanford Health Policy studies critical global health problems with the goal of understanding how policies, programs and interventions can improve health. Director: Douglas Owens
The Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center studies contemporary Asia, with a focus on scholarship, business, and government. Director: Gi-Wook Shin
The Cyber Policy Center is Stanford University's premier center for the interdisciplinary study of issues at the nexus of technology, governance and public policy. Co-Directors: Nathaniel Persily and Dan Boneh
The Stanford Center on China's Economy and Institutions is Stanford’s home for empirical, multidisciplinary research on China’s economy. Co-directors: Hongbin Lee and Scott Rozelle
The Program on Energy and Sustainable Development (PESD) is an international, interdisciplinary program that draws on the fields of economics, political science, law, and management to investigate how real energy markets work. Directed by Frank Wolak, the Holbrook Working Professor of Commodity Price Studies in Economics, PESD studies how political and regulatory processes lead to outcomes that are more costly and less effective than they could be.
The Stanford Center at Peking University is the university's headquarters for faculty and students engaged in research, teaching, training and outreach activities in China. FSI senior fellow Jean Oi, the William Haas Professor of Chinese Politics and the director of Shorenstein APARC's China Program, serves as the Lee Kau Shee Director of SCPKU.
The Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education serves as a bridge between Stanford University and K-12 schools and community colleges by developing multidisciplinary curriculum materials on international themes. Under the leadership of director Gary Mukai, SPICE draws upon FSI research to enhance secondary education curricula on a variety of topics.