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Will Cambodia See a “Spring”?

February 3, 2014

This event is co-sponsored by the Stanford Center for East Asian Studies.

Apprehension and Surrender Challenges for the International Criminal Court

February 6, 2013

The Program on Human Rights will host the Sanela Diana Jenkins International Human Rights Speaker Series, a weekly series featuring presentations by leading scholars, activists and experts on the...

One Decade of the International Criminal Court: challenges and possibilities

December 7, 2012

During the academic year of 2012-2013, the Program on Human Rights’ Sanela Diana Jenkins International Human Rights Series will examine the International Criminal Court (ICC) featuring debates with...

How Foreign Assistance Undermines Democracy: Aid Dependence in Cambodia

November 26, 2012

The more a country depends on aid, the more distorted are its incentives to manage its own development in sustainably beneficial ways.

Climbing the Summits: ASEAN, America, and the Future of Asia

October 1, 2012

Five Southeast Asian ambassadors discuss ASEAN, Asia, and America’s role

Battle Against HIV/AIDS in Cambodia: Successes and Challenges

May 21, 2012

More than two decades have passed since the first case of HIV infection was detected in Cambodia in 1991.

Anti-trafficking Approaches: A Description of What Works and What Doesn’t

February 22, 2012

Jean Enriquez is the Executive Director of the Coalition Against Trafficking Women-Asia-Pacific. Ms.

Strategies and Support for a Global Open Internet

February 10, 2012

Kathleen Reen is the Vice-President for Asia and New Media Programs with Internews.

Broken Promises: Cambodia Today

January 17, 2012

Venue Changed to the Philippines Conference Room In 1992, Cambodia became a United Nations (UN) protectorate—the first and only time the UN tried something so ambitious.

The Domestic Politics of Foreign Policy: Thailand vs. Cambodia at the Temple of Preah Vihear

April 27, 2011

In February 2011, Thai and Cambodian troops again clashed on their common border over the status of the ancient Temple of Preah Vihear.

Creating Sustainable Livelihoods in Poor Regions

April 14, 2011

Claire Hunsaker, VP of Product Management and Strategy: Claire manages Samasource's microwork platform, worker training and management tools, and corporate websites.

Health and Security in Southeast Asia: Effective Surveillance for Emerging Infectious Diseases in Cambodia and Indonesia

September 23, 2010

Emerging infectious diseases pose new international security threats because of the potential to inflict harm upon humans, crops, livestock, health infrastructure, and economies.

Nanshin: Japan and Southeast Asia in the 20th Century

April 27, 2010

An introduction to the origins, evolution, and recent  status of  interaction between Japan and Southeast Asia, 1900-2000. Mark R.

Aesthetic Education in the Age of Globalization

February 26, 2010

The lecture is preceded by a workshop at 10am in the same location. For additional information please access the DLCL site listing here.

A Typological Analysis of Democratic Legitimacy: the Asian Cases

February 1, 2010

This is a CDDRL special seminar within our Democracy in Taiwan Program.

Liberation Through Interconnection

January 29, 2010

AbstractOne of the biggest themes of the 21st century is interconnection -- specifically, the interconnection of people and data.  These interconnections can change everything about how we see the...

From Archiving to Legacy: The Virtual Tribunal Project at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal

April 22, 2009

Our talk will present an innovative software platform we are developing for use at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal/Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia and other international tribunals.

Learning to Share: Under What Conditions Do States Delegate Governance?

April 21, 2009

A potential solution for weak or failing states is to enact a delegation agreement whereby a host relinquishes authority over some governance function to an external actor.

How the World Disarmed: The History of Nuclear Abolition 2009-2025

April 9, 2009

Scott Sagan is a professor of political science and co-director of Stanford's Center for International Security and Cooperation. He is on sabbatical in 2008-09.

Poorly Governed Resource-Dependent States: Policy Options for the New Administration

March 13, 2009

Many resource dependent states have to varying degrees, failed to provide for the welfare of their own populations, could threaten global energy markets, and could pose security risks for the...

Continuity and Change in Southeast Asia: 2009 Shorenstein Journalism Award:

February 13, 2009

The Shorenstein Award, which carries a cash prize of $10,000, honors a journalist not only for a distinguished body of work, but also for the particular way that work has helped American readers to...

Cambodia: Past, Present, and Future

February 12, 2009

Two images tend to dominate conceptions of the modern Cambodian experience.  Angkor represents heaven, referring to the magnificent temples that capture Cambodia's past glory and future aspirations...

Justice or Farce? The Khmer Rouge Tribunal in Cambodia

April 24, 2008

The UN and the Cambodian government have finally established a “hybrid-style” tribunal in Phnom Penh to begin prosecuting senior leaders from the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime that caused the deaths...

Transitional Justice and the Khmer Rouge Trials in Cambodia

January 10, 2007

Motoo Noguchi is a professor at UNAFEI (United Nations Asia and Far East Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders) in Tokyo, serving concurrently as senior attorney at...


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