The Daily’s complete coverage of Friday’s cybersecurity summit and President Barack Obama’s visit to Stanford.
The White House Press Office announced Monday afternoon that President Barack Obama will be coming to campus on Friday to deliver remarks at the White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection, confirming earlier reports.
To be frank, most Cuban policy is dictated by Cuban-Americans in Congress. After all, Cuba is now a politically non-influential country that gets disproportionate U.S. attention. As the older group fades out, the younger Cuban-American population should begin to dominate the political discussion about Cuba; this is the most direct path to the Cuban democracy we seek.
Provost John Etchemendy PhD ’82 and Vice Provost and Dean of Research Ann Arvin announced Wednesday that Stanford political scientist and former U.S. ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul ’86 M.A. ’86, will lead Stanford’s Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI).
Like you even really need a reason. You don’t need to be in Stanford in Government to appreciate the underhanded dealings of this Netflix original TV drama. With Season 2 set to be released today, here are four reasons to ditch your date and stay in with a bottle of wine and the Underwoods.
Before we can have an educated discussion about security and liberty, we need transparency.
Ironically, the debt ceiling was intended to give the Treasury more flexibility in managing our debt, not less.
Obama’s record to date, in other words, isn’t promising, and there may be little reason to hope for more from him in the weeks to come.