Larry Diamond Among Thirteen Stanford Faculty Members Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Faculty from across disciplines were honored by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, recognizing their excellence and leadership in work that advances the common good.
The event, which was largely student-driven, aimed to foster dialogue on how the Stanford community can engage with Latin America.
Daphne Keller spoke with the Initiative for Digital Public Infrastructure at the University of Massachusetts Amherst about two potentially major cases currently before the Supreme Court
California 100 Announces Results of New "California Considers" Deliberative Poll® Examining Long-Term Policy Solutions for California
Conducted in partnership with CDDRL's Deliberative Democracy Lab and the UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy, key findings show strong support for the state to provide universal mental healthcare, institute a strengthened high school civics course, develop a “one-stop-shop” for easier access to government programs, reform for the state’s CEQA law, and increase its support for K-12 education, among others.
A transatlantic background and a decade of experience as a lawmaker in the European Parliament has given Marietje Schaake a unique perspective as a researcher investigating the harms technology is causing to democracy and human rights.
Video Interview: Gi-Wook Shin Discusses the Economic and Geopolitical Implications of Mobile Talent
APARC and Korea Program Director Gi-Wook Shin joins Gita Wirjawan, a visiting scholar at the Center and host of the “Endgame” video podcast, to share his work on the ways in which countries in Asia and elsewhere can address brain drain, discuss the influence of soft power on South Korea's evolution, and consider the threats posed by demographic and democratic crises to the country’s future.
Reflections on an intensive course on sustainable business and social innovation.
On April 18, President Petro will discuss the critical issues of environmental and social justice from the perspective of Latin America.
Most Americans don’t know they may be infected with the hepatitis B virus, the leading cause of liver cancer around the world. Stanford researchers have been working with the CDC to provide evidence that screening every adult for the virus would not only be cost-effective, but could save many lives.
Stanislav Markus, Associate Professor of International Business, Joins CDDRL as Visiting Scholar
During his time at Stanford, Prof. Markus will be conducting research for his forthcoming book project, "Tycoon Politics in the Developing World."
Inquiry-based Entrepreneurship Education: Reflections on Creating and Instructing SPICE’s Design Thinking-Guided Online Program for Adult Learners
The Stanford-Hiroshima Collaborative Program on Entrepreneurship for MBA students was launched in 2019.
The Japanese Public Supports Women’s Leadership More Than Japan’s Global Gender Ranking Suggests
Contrary to current levels of women’s under-representation in leadership positions in Japan, the Stanford Japan Barometer, a new periodic public opinion survey co-developed by Stanford sociologist Kiyoteru Tsutsui and Dartmouth College political scientist Charles Crabtree, finds that the Japanese public favors women for national legislature and corporate board member positions.
“This Casebook is an initial step at addressing a major gap in biorisk governance today"
Revising, or Rejecting, ‘Reasonable Prospect of Success’ in Just Wars? Lessons From Ukraine
“It’s a victory when the weapons fall silent and people speak up.”
We are thrilled to welcome ten outstanding students, who together represent eleven different majors and minors and hail from four countries, to our Fisher Family Honors Program in Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law.
The event, “Dialogues on Iran’s Transition to Secular Democracy,” convened policy experts, activists, and academics Saturday and Sunday to discuss the challenges and strategies for Iran’s possible transition to a representative government.
In a March 25 interview, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia would deploy tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus for use by the Belarusian military.
Teachers from Kaua‘i, O‘ahu, and Hawai‘i Island participate in the third year of the Stanford SEAS Hawai‘i program.
How science-fiction tropes shape military AI
“Pop culture has this huge power to shape peoples’ thinking,” - Timnit Gebru
Using the Problem-Solving Framework from Module 1, our second set of mini-lectures examines the case study of child health outcomes in Bihar, India, and includes an interview with Grant Miller, the Henry J. Kaiser, Jr. Professor of Health Policy at the Stanford School of Medicine.
The decision by Russian President Vladimir Putin to suspend Russia’s participation in the 2010 New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START) puts at risk the sole remaining treaty limiting US and Russian nuclear forces.
A gift from alumni Sakurako, ’82, and William Fisher, MBA ’84, secures the future of the Summer Fellows Program at the Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law, which provides opportunities for civic leaders from around the world to network and learn from Stanford scholars.
With the ongoing war in Ukraine and the recent suspension of the New START treaty, concerns about nuclear escalation have been on the rise.
Koreans Should "Just Look Up"
Koreans Should "Just Look Up"
Stanford’s Center for East Asian Studies and SPICE release new video lecture and discussion guide.