Nestled in the Bing Wing of the Cecil H. Green Library lies “The Baltic Way,” an exhibition showcasing 100 years of Baltic history through artifacts and documents. The gallery, curated by Stanford and the Hoover Institution, aims to demonstrate the Baltic republics’ combined strength throughout decades of persecution, while also highlighting each country’s unique heritage and culture.
On Tuesday, the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) and the Stanford Cyber Initiative hosted a discussion on the governmental consequences of technological developments with two CASBS fellows, Stanford Law Professor Nate Persily and Carrie Cihak, Chief of Policy in King County, Washington. A recurring theme throughout the lecture was the difficulty…
Toomas Hendrik Ilves served as the fourth president of Estonia from 2006 until 2016. This January, he came to Stanford as a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute. The Daily sat down with Ilves to discuss what he’s been researching.
Former Foreign Minister of Estonia Marina Kaljurand discussed causes for both hope and worry for Estonia’s future.
Borders are increasingly irrelevant in global business, so it behooves The Dish Daily to expand its horizons to foreign shores. Today marks the first of a series of articles on the technology scene in Estonia, a northern European country well-positioned as a tech powerhouse.