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Scholarly Publications

Peace on a Knife's Edge: The Inside Story of Roh Moo-hyun's North Korea Policy

February 2018

Peace on a Knife’s Edge is the translation of Lee Jong-Seok's 2014 memoir of South Korean president Roh Moo-hyun's efforts to bring peace to the Korean Peninsula in the face of opposition at home...

Office of the Director of National Intelligence: From Pariah and Piñata to Managing Partner

June 2017

This is a chapter in the second edition of The National Security Enterprise, a book edited by Roger Z.

Sources of variation in under-5 mortality across sub-Saharan Africa: a spatial analysis

October 2016

The ongoing decline in under-5 mortality ranks among the most significant public and population health successes of the past 30 years.

Other Publications

Is the War Danger in Korea Real?

August 2017

President Donald Trump's ominous threat to unleash “fire and fury” on North Korea succeeded at least in garnering the attention of not only Kim Jong Un but the globe.

Shorenstein APARC Center Overview 2015-16

November 2016

Shorenstein APARC's center overviews provide detailed information about Shorenstein APARC's mission, history, faculty, financial support, organizational structure, projects, and programs.

News

Academic Prize Awarded to Oksenberg-Rohlen Fellow

April 2019

We are delighted to announce that APARC’s Oksenberg-Rohlen Fellow David M.

Michael McFaul Testifies Before House Intelligence Committee

March 2019

The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence held a public hearing on Thursday, March 28, 2019, as part of its investigation into Russian influence during and after the 2016 election...

The battle for American minds

March 2019

Congress’s annual worldwide-threat hearings are usually scary affairs, during which intelligence-agency leaders run down all the dangers confronting the United States.

Events

Three Can Keep a Secret if Two of Them are Dead

February 12, 2018

Abstract: What do some of America’s adversaries think about U.S. scientists, engineers and technical specialists they meet?What is it really like to be an intelligence officer (IO) abroad?

Cyber Initiative Seminar: How to Hack the Pentagon with Jay Kaplan, Synack

November 7, 2017

Through the Hack the Pentagon program, The Department of Defense (DoD) had asked Synack to look for vulnerabilities left undetected by traditional security solutions in one of their highly complex...

Introduction to Hacking: Exploiting Web, Binary, and Crypto Vulnerabilities

October 25, 2017

Are you interested in cybersecurity? Have you wanted to learn offensive cyber techniques  but don't know where to get started?

Multimedia

How will Michael Flynn's resignation affect US-Russia relations?

February 2017

Russia expert and Stanford University senior fellow Kathryn Stoner on Russian reaction to the national security adviser's resignation. Watch the video here.

The Security Conundrum: An Evening with Senator Mark Udall

June 2015

In a conversation with Phil Taubman for the Security Conundrum speaker series, Senator Udall provided a lawmaker’s perspective on the oversight of controversial NSA programs.

Managing Collective Intelligence in Open Journalism

October 2014

AbstractIn her talk, Aitamurto focuses on the idea that large crowds of people can be more knowledgeable than a single expert.

People

Alex Stamos Adjunct Professor
Andrew Milich CISAC Honors Student
Allison Puccioni Allison Puccioni Affiliate
Eric Min Eric Min Affiliate
Jason Healey Jason Healey Affiliate
Jaclyn A. Kerr Affiliate
Irving Lachow Irving Lachow Affiliate
Robert Silvers Robert Silvers Affiliate
Christopher Painter William J. Perry Fellow, Lecturer
Raj De Raj De Affiliate
Sean Kanuck Sean Kanuck Affiliate
Bill Phillips Affiliate