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The Parliament of Mongolia is convening the Trans-Altai Sustainability Dialogue on April 25-26, 2024, along with Stanford University’s Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center and the Ban Ki-moon Foundation For a Better Future as co-organizers. The forum will bring together experts across academia, civil society, and government from the United States and Asia to share policy pathways and best practices to strengthen the capacity of institutions to achieve the targets for Sustainable Development Goal 16 of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Following the disappointing performance of South Korea’s ruling People Power Party in the April 10 parliamentary elections, Stanford sociologist and APARC Director Gi-Wook Shin analyzes the implications of the election outcomes for President Yoon’s domestic and foreign policies and Korean society and economy.

Lisa Blaydes, Stanford Professor of Political Science and FSI Senior Fellow, explains how regime policies in Kuwait have helped longstanding elite families maintain their social prestige in the contemporary era.

In a new study by members of Josh Salomon's Prevention Policy Modeling Lab, the researchers found profound racial and ethnic disparities that are stalling overall progress against TB.

The report, "U.S.-China Scholarly Recoupling: Advancing Mutual Understanding in an Era of Intense Rivalry", is a compilation of 27 essays, contributed by American and Chinese scholars from a wide range of disciplines, that explain the benefits of U.S.-China scholarly cooperation to the two societies and the world at large, identify the obstacles to greater exchanges, and outline practical strategies for overcoming these challenges.

We are thrilled to welcome fourteen outstanding students, who together represent fourteen different majors and minors and hail from eight different states and two countries, to our Fisher Family Honors Program in Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law.

The award celebrates individuals who have demonstrated exceptional dedication and impact in advancing social equity, championed the cause of social justice, and inspired meaningful change in their communities.

Makoto Iokibe was an esteemed diplomatic historian best known for his pioneering studies on the U.S. post-World War II occupation of Japan, but his influence extended beyond the scholarly world.

SHP's Sara Singer, a member of the Lancet Psychiatry Commission, calls for closing the knowledge gap in mental health research.

The often hidden burdens of long COVID is the subject of the latest Stanford Health Policy Forum, with researchers likening it to the early days of chronic fatigue syndrom.

Rice, who most recently served as President Biden’s domestic policy advisor, will have simultaneous appointments across FSI, as well as at Stanford’s Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence institute.

In its fourth year, "Ethics, Tech + Public Policy for Practitioners," taught by Rob Reich, Mehran Sahami, and Jeremy M. Weinstein, experiments with setting up long-term communities of professionals interested in responsible tech governance.

The results of Iran's most recent election are a serious sign of defeat for Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, Dr. Abbas Milani tells Michael McFaul on the World Class podcast.

Youth online health and safety leaders urged action, shared accountability and a nuanced approach to empower and protect young people online.

The annual award from the National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation recognizes the contributions of researchers and journalists who examine new evidence that advances the health system and the health of Americans.

Harvard University Professor of Government Alisha Holland explains how the advent of public-private partnerships has shifted politicians’ orientation toward infrastructure projects.

Amid North Korea’s increasing provocations, APARC’s Korea Program hosted three experts — Robert Carlin, Victor Cha, and Siegfried Hecker — to consider whether Pyongyang plans to go to war.

A new preprint paper looks at the ways Facebook Page operators are using AI image models to create surreal content and generate online engagement.

The Fred Riggs Award for Lifetime Achievement in Public Administration is an academic award given annually by the Section on International and Comparative Administration of the American Society for Public Administration.