The Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI) announced that it plans to celebrate the launch of the Center on Food Security and the Environment (FSE) at its fall conference on Nov. 10.
Nearly two months after the Tohoku earthquake, tsunami and subsequent nuclear accident, scholars came together Monday night for the first event in a two-part series about the disaster.
As President Obama speaks to India’s Parliament this week about the promising potential of the U.S.-India relationship, Anja Manuel ’96, visiting scholar at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, has postulated a very different theory: for all the hype, U.S.-India relations are far from where they could be.
The political geography of Africa may change radically on Jan. 9, 2011. As a result of referendums stemming from the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement in Sudan, southern Sudan will vote on its independence, deciding whether to remain part of the north or become its own state.
Stanford University researchers issued a call last week to the Obama administration for a new policy toward nuclear diplomacy with North Korea in “Activating a North Korea Policy,” an article published in the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.