In the Aftermath of the Tsunami: Implications of a Catastrophe

On January 24, 2005, leading academics gathered to discuss the various implications of the recent tsunami disaster in the Indian Ocean. Hosted by the Stanford Institute for International Studies and moderated by SIIS Deputy Director Stephen D. Krasner, the panel consisted of Donald Kennedy, Stanford University President, Emeritus; Professor of Biological Sciences, Emeritus; Donald K. Emmerson, SIIS Senior Fellow; Director, the Southeast Asia Forum in APARC; Lizanne McBride, Visiting Fellow at CDDRL; Director, International Rescue Committee; and Eric A. Weiss, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Emergency Medicine, Stanford University Medical Center.