The Stanford Center on China’s Economy and Institutions and Asia Society Policy Institute’s Center for China Analysis co-organized a closed-door roundtable on the extent, causes, and implications of China’s current property sector slowdown and produced a summary report of the discussion.
Housed within the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, the lab will pioneer evidence-based policy research to help Asian nations forge pathways to a future characterized by social, cultural, economic, and political maturity and advance U.S.-Asia dialogue.
Fisher Family Honors Program graduate Tara Hein (‘23) reflects on her time at Stanford and the community she found within the Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law.
On July 28, 2023, Stanford University and the Stanford Internet Observatory filed an amicus brief in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in support of the Missouri v. Biden appellants.
Special Envoy Jacinda Ardern Assembles Stanford Scholars for Discussion on Technology Governance and Regulation
Led by former Prime Minister of New Zealand Rt. Hon. Dame Jacinda Ardern, a delegation from the Christchurch Call joined Stanford scholars to discuss how to address the challenges posed by emerging technologies.
Michelle Mello and colleagues write in this JAMA Network Viewpoint that civic values were eroded during the COVID-19 pandemic, creating a groundswell of resistance to vaccines that have been a bedrock principle of U.S. public health policy.
Despite the Popularity of Manga and Anime, Kiyoteru Tsutsui Feels the Decline of Japanese Studies in the United States
Professor Kiyoteru Tsutsui, a recipient of the Suntory Prize for Arts and Letters and the Ishibashi Tanzan Prize, is a member of the third cohort of the U.S.-Japan Next Generation Network, an exchange program of policy experts from the United States and Japan launched in 2009 by the Mansfield Foundation in the United States in cooperation with the Japan Foundation. As a participant in the network, he explores the state of Japanese studies in the United States.
New report finds an increasingly decentralized social media landscape offers users more choice, but poses technical challenges for addressing child exploitation and other online abuse.
This annual competition provides an opportunity for emerging scholars to share new ideas on urgent global policy challenges, producing outstanding essays that make their original research more accessible to policymakers, practitioners, and the general public.
Published in the Annals of Internal Medicine; co-authored by Renée DiResta, Research Manager at the Stanford Internet Observatory
Stanford Health Experts in the Community with Message of Early Disease Detection Among Underserved Populations
Stanford Medicine and Stanford Health Care researchers, officials and staffers attend a large health fair in Oakland to promote Stanford’s commitment to community outreach.
The experience of an undergraduate student at Waseda University participating in the SPICE-Waseda intensive course.
Kahl, who previously served as co-director at FSI's Center for International Security and Cooperation, was the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy at the Department of Defense.
David Studdert, professor of health policy and of law, has been named vice provost and dean of research (VPDoR) at Stanford effective Sept. 1, 2023. He will also assume the role of cognizant dean for the university’s 15 independent laboratories, institutes, and centers.
Recent developments suggest possible links between some ransomware groups and the Russian government. We investigate this relationship by creating a dataset of ransomware victims and analyzing leaked communications from a major ransomware group.
Graduate student Tamaki Hoshi shares reflections on the SPICE-Waseda joint course.
Embrace 'Once in a Lifetime' Opportunities to Care and Make a Difference, MIP Student Speaker Reminds Graduates
At the graduation ceremony for the Ford Dorsey Master's in International Policy, student speaker Miku Yamada cheered on the connections and accomplishments the Class of 2023 have achieved during the last two years.
Urgent Choices: Stanford Sociologist’s Book Examines Korea's Path to Democratic Advancement and Global Leadership
In his new book, Gi-Wook Shin explores the challenges and possibilities for Korea's democracy and national vision for its future development.
The Class of 2023 celebrated their graduation with friends, family, and encouragement from Rose Gottemoeller to use the qualities of humanity to guide them through an increasingly technological world.
Scholars at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies offer insight on what Yevgeny Prigozhin’s mutiny may signal about Russia, Putin’s power, and the war in Ukraine.
In July 2023, CDDRL will welcome a diverse cohort of 33 experienced practitioners from 21 countries who are working to advance democratic practices and economic and legal reform in contexts where freedom, human development, and good governance are fragile or at risk.