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Local Law Enforcement Human Trafficking Task Forces

February 29, 2012

The 2011-12 International Speaker Series will foster a research approach that applies a broad socio-economic and interdisciplinary analysis to a range of forms of human trafficking.

The Context of Human Trafficking Today

February 15, 2012

The 2012 International Speaker Series will foster a research approach that applies a broad socio-economic and interdisciplinary analysis to a range of forms of human trafficking.

Human Trafficking: The Current Anti-trafficking Model and Networks of Service

February 8, 2012

The 2011-12 International Speaker Series will foster a research approach that applies a broad socio-economic and interdisciplinary analysis to a range of forms of human trafficking.

Cyber Diplomacy and Advancing the US International Strategy for Cyberspace

February 3, 2012

About the topic: Mr. Painter will discuss the cyber threats we are facing, and U.S. diplomatic efforts to achieve an open, interoperable and secure cyberspace.

Combating Cyber Insecurity Around the Globe

February 3, 2012

Christopher Painter has been on the vanguard of cyber issues for twenty years. Most recently, Mr.

Cigarette Citadels, Remapping Theory and Policy, Cigarette Factories in and Outside of China

January 30, 2012

At present, the tobacco industry produces some six trillion cigarettes worldwide every year.

Human trafficking in times of war: Lessons learned in Bosnia

January 25, 2012

The 2011-12 International Speaker Series will foster a research approach that applies a broad socio-economic and interdisciplinary analysis to a range of forms of human trafficking.

Combating Human Trafficking: The Role of Governments, Philanthropic Institutions and Non-Governmental Organizations

January 18, 2012

The 2011-12 International Speaker Series will foster a research approach that applies a broad socio-economic and interdisciplinary analysis to a range of forms of human trafficking.

Program on Human Rights Sanela Diana Jenkins Speaker Series, Human Trafficking Fall Workshop

December 12, 2011

Human trafficking will be the theme of the PHR's Selena Diana Jenkins Speakers Series this academic year.

Inequality in China: Challenges to a Harmonious Society

December 5, 2011

**Due to space restrictions, this event has reached capacity and we will no longer be taking RSVPs.

China's Fifth Generation takes the Helm: New Leaders, New Challenges, and Structural Constraints

November 14, 2011

The team of leaders who will take the helm in China beginning next year—the so-called “Fifth Generation”—will be better educated, have greater exposure to the outside world, and extensive...

China's Financial Circles: Banks, Borrowers and the National Budget

October 31, 2011

**Due to space restrictions, this event has reached capacity and we will no longer be taking RSVPs.

The Future of Crime

October 31, 2011

The unprecedented rapid rate of scientific progress is creating new opportunities for transnational criminal and terrorist organizations to exploit advances in technology for unintended nefarious...

2011 Payne Distinguished Lecture: Improving Governance and Combating Drugs

October 4, 2011

On October 3, Karl Eikenberry, the former U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan, will deliver this year's inaugural Payne Distinguished Lecture at Cemex Auditorium at the Knight Management Center.

Violence, Drugs and Governance: Mexican Security in Comparative Perspective

October 3, 2011

On October 3-4, 2011, the Stanford University Program on Poverty and Governance at the Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law and the Center for International Security and...

$100 a Day Justice Delayed Film Screening and Panel

April 22, 2010

On December 10, 1991, East Palo Alto resident Rick Walker was convicted of a murder he did not commit.

Inconvenient Truths

March 5, 2010

AbstractWhile the Internet can be a profoundly empowering force, it will not fulfill its potential unless we recognize and address a number of "inconvenient truths." Authoritarian regimes are...

Fear Factor: Understanding the Origins and Consequences of Beliefs about National Security and the Threats We Face

February 25, 2010

The routine employment of torture on the popular television series 24 has given rise to the charge that the program lends verisimilitude to  the questionable premise that torture is a legitimate...

Exporting U.S. Criminal Justice

February 5, 2010

Abstract In the years leading up to and following the end of the Cold War, the U.S. government embarked on a new legal transplant project, carried out through the foreign promotion of U.S.

Defining the Crime of Aggression

October 8, 2009

Beth Van Schaack is Associate Professor of Law with Santa Clara University School of Law, where she teaches and writes in the areas of human rights, transitional justice, international criminal law...

End of the World: Sense, Nonsense, and Nuclear War

May 21, 2009

Lynn Eden is acting co-director (2008-09) at the Center for International Security and Cooperation, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University.