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President Barack Obama at the “Challenges to Democracy in the Digital Information Realm" conference.

Barack Obama Addresses Online Disinformation, Regulation and Democracy

The former president was the keynote speaker at a symposium on disinformation and its effects on democracy hosted by the Stanford Cyber Policy Center and Obama Foundation.
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Korea Program Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Conference Spotlighting South Korean Wave, North Korean Geopolitics

The Korea Program at Shorenstein APARC will commemorate its 20-year anniversary with a two-day conference featuring speakers from the K-pop industry, academia, and government.
Some of the original Ukrainian alumni from the Draper Hills Summer Fellowship gather in Kyiv in 2013.

A History of Unity: A Look at FSI’s Special Relationship with Ukraine

FSI's long history of building friendships and creating engagement with Ukrainian scholars and civil leaders is more important now than it's ever been.

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Daniel Sneider says China's embrace of KMT leader sends message to Taiwan

Commentary / April 2, 2006
Shorenstein APARC Pantech Fellow and San Jose Mercury News foreign affairs columnist Daniel C. Sneider, warning that a growing rift between China and Taiwan could inadvertently force a conflict that might drag in the United States, discusses his interview with Kuomintang party chairman Ma Ying-jeou.
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China's growing ties to North Korea disturb Seoul

Commentary / February 16, 2006
Writing from Seoul, Pantech Fellow and San Jose Mercury News foreign affairs correspondent Daniel Sneider considers China's deepening economic ties to North Korea, and their potential impact on South Korea and the United States.
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Containment is challenging, but better than using force

Commentary / January 19, 2006
Pre-emption used to be the watchword of Bush foreign policy. The world's sole superpower would not hesitate to wield force against an imminent threat to its security. The old doctrines of the Cold War were disdained as weakness. Now, as the administration faces the most serious national security challenge since the end of the Cold War, Daniel Sneider observes in the San Jose Mercury News that it is reaching back to those oldies but goodies.
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Lack of humility dims White House's world view

Commentary / December 6, 2005
The arrogance of the Bush administration would be barely tolerable if it were not paired with a stunning incompetence, on display from Kabul to Katrina. That deadly combination has weakened American strength in the world, argues Pantech fellow and San Jose Mercury News foreign affairs columnist Daniel Sneider.
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Asia's Polite Reception to Bush Masks Declining U.S. Influence

Commentary / November 18, 2005
On the surface, President Bush's week-long swing through Northeast Asia has been a strong contrast with his recent stormy (and, some say, stumbling) excursion into Latin America. Beneath the polite appearance, however, there is no less a challenge to American leadership in Asia. Pantech Fellow and San Jose Mercury News columnist Daniel Sneider comments in YaleGlobal.
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