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Daniel C. Sneider

Stanford scholars examine Japan’s defense reform push

News / July 15, 2014
Shorenstein APARC's Ryo Sahashi, a visiting associate professor, and Daniel Sneider, associate director for research, offer insight on Japan's announcement to reinterpret their longstanding pacifist Constitution.
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Shorenstein APARC convenes Track II dialogue on wartime history issues in Asia

News / May 8, 2014
Shorenstein APARC will host a closed-door dialogue on wartime historical memory on May 11-13, co-sponsored by the Trilateral Cooperation Secretariat. Participants include scholars from China, Japan, the Republic of Korea and the United States, along with Stanford scholars.
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Tides of nationalism rise in Asia, Stanford scholars offer historical lens

News / April 23, 2014
Experts at FSI's Shorenstein APARC offer insight on the growing tensions across Northeast Asia, exploring the connection to historical memories of World War II in a multi-year comparative study. Scholars also provided recent commentary through various media interviews.
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Burmese journalist critically examines Myanmar’s reforms, receives award at Stanford

News / March 11, 2014
Aung Zaw, founding editor of The Irrawaddy newsmagazine, received the 2013 Shorenstein Journalism Award on March 6 and joined a panel of experts to consider Myanmar’s democratic transition.
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Aung Zaw named 2013 Shorenstein Journalism Award recipient

News / January 14, 2014
Shorenstein APARC is pleased to announce Aung Zaw as the 2013 recipient of the Shorenstein Journalism Award. Zaw has been selected for his leadership in establishing independent media in Myanmar (Burma) and his dedication to integrity in reporting on Southeast Asia.
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Japan-Korea Relations: Time for U.S. Intervention?

Commentary / January 7, 2014
Daniel Sneider writes that relations between South Korea and Japan have noticeably deteriorated in the past few months. Sneider suggests a more active U.S. mediation role, such as appointing a special envoy or negotiating reparations, may better encourage reconciliation and normalization of relations.
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Revisionists Attempt to Turn Back Efforts to Accurately Recount Wartime History

News / September 26, 2013
Shorenstein APARC's Daniel Sneider, associate director for research, is quoted in the Chronicle of Higher Education on efforts by historians in Asia to prevent revisionist changes in interpretations of wartime history.
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Shorenstein APARC scholars win fellowships from National Bureau of Asian Research-Woodrow Wilson Center

News / April 22, 2010
Associate director for research Daniel C. Sneider and SEAF director Donald K. Emmerson will be part of the inaugural class class of research associates and fellows of the National Asia Research Program (NARP). After a competitive, nationwide selection process, the winners were selected based on their research into issues of importance to U.S. interests in Asia. "Our goal in this new program is to highlight and reward scholars who have successfully bridged the gap between the academy and policy," said NBR President and NARP co-director Richard Ellings. Associate director for research Daniel C. Sneider and SEAF director Donald K. Emmerson will be part of the inaugural class class of research associates and fellows of the National Asia Research Program (NARP). After a competitive, nationwide selection process, the winners were selected based on their research into issues of importance to U.S. interests in Asia. "Our goal in this new program is to highlight and reward scholars who have successfully bridged the gap between the academy and policy," said NBR President and NARP co-director Richard Ellings.
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Will Japan emerge from its shell? The new government finds charting a new course not so easy

Commentary / February 8, 2010
Since the Democratic Party of Japan came to power in August 2009, upsetting fifty years of conservative rule, U.S.-Japan relations have been on rocky ground. It would seem that the DPJ is upending decades old policies, hewing its own path with the United States, China, and the Asia-Pacific region. As Shorenstein APARC Associate Director for Research Daniel Sneider notes, Japan's new tack not only has caught the United States flat-footed, but also has other countries in the Asia-Pacific worried.
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Daniel C. Sneider comments on "troubling" developments in the contentious relationship between North and South Korea

News / November 21, 2008
South Korea's new president, Lee Myung-bak, has taken a hardline approach in his dealings with North Korea, effectively signaling the end of former president Kim Dae Jung's once-vaunted "Sunshine Policy." Relations between the two nations have disintegrated in recent months. But North Korea experts suggest the the DPRK's growing belligerence toward the South actually follows a consistent pattern that may even help the United States in future negotiations.
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November 2007 Dispatch - Political Uncertainty Comes to Japan

News / November 26, 2007
We are pleased to bring you the second article of the academic year in our series of Shorenstein APARC Dispatches. This month's piece "Political Uncertainty Comes to Japan" was written by Daniel Sneider, associate director for research.
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Japan wants to do its part to help global security

Commentary / October 26, 2007
Concerns by American officials that Japan recent steps to shed its postwar pacifism means that Japan will no longer be an ally in international security are alarmist according to Shorenstein APARC's Associate Director for Research, Daniel Sneider.
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Missiles are pivotal to North Korea's military strategy says Shorenstein APARC's Daniel Sneider

Commentary / July 25, 2006
The missile tests were neither a gesture of defiance nor a desperate bid for negotiations. Nor can they be dismissed as the impulsive act of an irrational leader. It was, as Pyongyang itself so succinctly put it, a "military exercise." says Shorenstein APARC's new associate director for research, Daniel Sneider.
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U.S. has few threats or enticements to prevent a North Korean missile test, says Daniel Sneider

News / July 11, 2006
Despite its threat of severe consequences, the Bush administration has little leverage to use on North Korea to keep it from testing a long-range missile and few ways to punish the nuclear-armed nation if it proceeds. Daniel Sneider, associate director for research at Shorenstein APARC, comments.
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Daniel Sneider becomes Shorenstein APARC's new associate director for research

News / June 6, 2006
The Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center is happy to announce that Daniel Sneider has accepted the position of associate director for research. For the past year, he has been a Pantech Fellow at the Center and involved in many Center projects and events. Sneider will start in this position on July 1.
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U.S., China eager to gloss over any disagreements, according to Pantech Fellow Daniel Sneider

Commentary / April 24, 2006
Despite chatter about "the Chinese threat" during Chinese President Hu Jintao's recent visit to Washington, neither China nor the United States seeks to confront the issues plaguing their complex relationship. Pantech fellow and San Jose Mercury News foreign affairs columnist Daniel Sneider considers the muscular side of "China's peaceful rise."
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Daniel Sneider on global lessons for U.S. immigration policies

Commentary / April 3, 2006
Shorenstein APARC Pantech Fellow and San Jose Mercury News foreign affairs columnist Daniel Sneider compares the effects of dual-class immigration policies in Singapore with those of the United States. "Rather than guest workers, isn't it more American to set realistic immigration quotas and enforce them fairly?"
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