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Beijing’s Line on the South China Sea: “Nothing to See Here”

November 2020

China’s official denials of growing military capability in the region look a lot like gaslighting.

Reviving Nuclear Arms Control Under Biden

November 2020

The Biden presidency that begins in January will adopt some very different directions from its predecessor in foreign policy. One such area is arms control, particularly nuclear arms control with...

Team Builds Robust Database of CA COVID-19 Public Health Orders

November 2020

California and its 58 counties have issued more than 1,500 public health orders since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. A team of Stanford researchers has put those orders into a dataset to...

Japan's Role Could Redefine Asia-Pacific Relations Under Biden and Suga

November 2020

President-elect Biden's early conversations with Japan's prime minister Yoshihide Suga seem to signal a renewed commitment to coordination on issues of security, environmentalism, human...

The Reischauer Scholars Program: The Inspiration to Start an Investment Firm

November 2020

The following reflection is a guest post written by Koki Mashita, an alumnus of the Reischauer Scholars Program.

Its centre of gravity will always be in the transatlantic space

November 2020

How NATO can adapt to future challenges: Rose Gottemoeller, Former Deputy Secretary General, NATO, is interviewed in The Berlin Pulse.

SHP COVID Modeling Project Probes Secondary COVID Transmissions

November 2020

Hannah Fung — a PhD candidate in biology at the School of Humanities and Sciences and a member of the SHP COVID modeling team — talks to us about a new study that shows 17% of COVID-19 patients pass...

There's no reason' for Trump's move to pull troops from Afghanistan

November 2020

Brett McGurk, former presidential envoy for the global coalition to defeat ISIS, joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the last minute foreign policy moves, including the decision to draw down the number...

The looming US withdrawal from the Open Skies Treaty

November 2020

The Trump administration’s antipathy toward arms control will strike again on November 22, when the United States withdraws from the Open Skies Treaty. That is a mistake.

Hupan Modou Foundation Wins the WISE Award for Parenting-the-Future Project

November 2020

On October 28, 2020, our close collaborators at the Hupan Modou Foundation were awarded the WISE award in education for the Parenting-the-Future project. Professor Scott Rozelle, REAP's director...

China’s Rural Population Will Play an Instrumental Role in its Economic Future

November 2020

On the World Class Podcast, Scott Rozelle explains why China’s wealth gap may make the transition from a middle- to high-income country more difficult than it seems.

Center Fellow Oriana Skylar Mastro discusses how her scholarship and military career impact one another.

November 2020

An expert on Chinese military and security issues, Mastro also talks about how her learning style informs her teaching style.

Stanford e-Japan: A Turning Point in My Life

November 2020

The following reflection is a guest post written by Hikaru Suzuki, a 2015 alumna and honoree of the Stanford e-Japan Program, which is currently accepting applications for Spring 2021.

Planetary health approaches for dry cities: water quality and heat mitigation

November 2020

Water sensitive cities show how holistic approaches can counter the health and wellbeing problems associated with urban dryness. About 1.6 billion people live in countries with water scarcity, and...

University Entrepreneurship Programs May Not Increase Entrepreneurship Rates, Stanford Researchers Find

November 2020

A study by Yong Suk Lee, the deputy director of APARC’s Korea Program, and Management Science and Engineering professor Charles Eesley investigates the efficacy of two major Stanford entrepreneurship...

In Their Own Words: Why Should You Choose CDDRL

November 2020

Our 2020-21 Post-Doctoral Scholars explain why they chose to complete their fellowship at CDDRL.

A Nuclear Strike Should Require More than One Person’s Order

November 2020

Donald Trump has proven to be volatile, erratic, vengeful and prone to angry outbursts. Last week, as the vote count pushed his reelection bid out of sight, he reportedly fell into a dark mood.

Viral lessons: What a little-known virus could teach us about COVID-19

November 2020

Stanford epidemiologist Stephen Luby discusses surprising results of a recent study on Nipah virus, a disease with no vaccine and a mortality rate of up to 70 percent.

Biden Will Speak Softer but Act Stronger on Taiwan

November 2020

U.S. support will be strengthened, but Trump’s provocations will disappear.

Special Forces Veteran and Stanford Scholar Applies Data and Scholarship to Conflict

November 2020

Joseph Felter underscores the importance of rigorous data and scholarship in understanding violent conflict and reducing casualties. He brought scholars into the field when he was deployed overseas...

Slanted Narratives, Social Media, and Foreign Influence in Libya

November 2020

New working paper assesses the role of foreign influence in Libyan social media

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