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Making Hong Kong China

February 18, 2021

About this Event:  How can one of the world’s most free-wheeling cities transition from a vibrant global center of culture and finance into a subject of authoritarian control?

Culture and Counterinsurgency: The Battle of Algiers at the Pentagon, 2003

January 14, 2021

**Please note all CDDRL events are scheduled using the Pacific Time Zone   About this Event: Following the Allied invasion of Iraq in 2003, the U.S.

Strength in Numbers: How Women's Groups Close India's Political Gender Gap

November 30, 2020

About this Event: In India there persists a striking gender gap in political participation.

The Courteous Power: Japan and Southeast Asia in the Indo-Pacific Era

November 20, 2020

Co-sponsored by the Japan Program and the Southeast Asia Program When Yoshihide Suga recently took over as prime minister of Japan, he tellingly focused his first trip abroad on Southeast Asia.

Building social cohesion through soccer in post-ISIS Iraq

November 19, 2020

**Please note all CDDRL events are scheduled using the Pacific Time Zone About the Event: Can intergroup contact build social cohesion after war?

New Ideas in Antitrust and the Tech Platforms

November 18, 2020

In October, the Justice Department sued Google for violating antitrust laws.These antitrust concerns are motivated by the potential economic harms caused by the tech giants’ monopoly positions, but...

The Billion Person Living Room: how encryption both imperils and protects civil society

November 16, 2020

This fourth workshop of the Stanford Internet Observatory's End-to-End Encryption series will focus on civil society concerns in an encrypted world.

Unfaithful Friends: Business in Authoritarian Asia

November 12, 2020

**Please note all CDDRL events are scheduled using the Pacific Time Zone About this Event:  This book offers a novel theory of the nuances in relationships between business and political elites in...

Which Side of History

November 10, 2020

Society has been transformed by a technology revolution and its 24/7 influence on so many aspects of our reality.

Research in Progress: Is Preference for Gender Concordance Good in Patient-Provider Relationships?

November 6, 2020

Title: Is Preference for Gender Concordance Good in Patient-Provider Relationships?

The Historic 2020 elections

November 5, 2020

**Please note all CDDRL events are scheduled using the Pacific Time Zone About the Event: On November 3, in the midst of a pandemic, America elects its next President.

Angrynomics | Book Talk with Mark Blyth

October 30, 2020

Economics increasingly fails to explain why the pressures of life appear to be intensifying at the same time as income per capita is rising, or why we work more hours for less money in real terms....

Russia's Challenge to the West:  The Perspective from Berlin

October 30, 2020

Seminar Recording: https://youtu.be/7uGcI3qswDw   About the Event: As relations between the West and Russia have sharply deteriorated in recent years, Germany has taken a leading role in shaping...

Islam, Authoritarianism, and Underdevelopment

October 29, 2020

* Please note all CDDRL events are scheduled using the Pacific Time Zone About the event: Ahmet T.

Challenges to Digital Literacy Education

October 28, 2020

The internet is now the most common source of political news for almost half of Americans, and social media is now the primary source of news for those under 30.

A History from Within

October 28, 2020

  This presentation is part of the French Culture Workshop Series   Co-sponsored by: The Department of French and Italian, The Europe Center, the France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary...

Is India Losing?: A conversation with Ashley Tellis

October 23, 2020

This is a virtual event. Please click here to register and generate a link to the talk.  The link will be unique to you; please save it and do not share with others.

Developing Confident and Critical Thinkers Through Case Study Writing and Teaching

October 23, 2020

This workshop is designed to develop skills that participants can use to write public policy case studies and to develop a case library that can be used in teaching programs.

LAD Workshop: Asian Development Bank Institute 2020

October 23, 2020

This workshop is designed to develop skills that participants can use to write public policy case studies and to develop a case library that can be used in teaching programs.

Nostalgia and Populisms in Contemporary Tunisia

October 22, 2020

**Please note all CDDRL events are scheduled using the Pacific Time Zone   About the Event: How does the widespread frustration that often accompanies democratic transitions shape the political...

Chronic Disease and COVID-19: Mitigating Collateral Damage from the Pandemic

October 15, 2020

This event is part of the Asia Health Policy Program (AHPP) 2020-21 Colloquium series "Health, medicine, and longevity: Exploring public and private roles" A collaborating network of researchers...

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Rod Ewing Rodney C. Ewing Senior Fellow Professor of Geological Sciences
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