Nestled into the heart of California Avenue is one of Palo Alto’s most popular Indian-Pakistani restaurants — Zareen’s — recognized as a Michelin Guide Restaurant in 2017 and 2018.
New assistant professor Saad Gulzar joined the political science department last June after completing a PhD at New York University (NYU) and receiving Masters degrees from Columbia University and the National University of Singapore. Today, his research focuses on the political economy of development and comparative politics. The Daily sat down with Gulzar to talk about his research and influences.
On March 31 and April 1, there was a Nuclear Security Summit in Washington that, among other motives, endeavored to provide a reliable international platform for world leaders to enter deliberations on what is perhaps the most contentious international issue of our times: commitment to nuclear security. For those of you who already view this…
Sixty-nine years ago, at midnight on Aug. 15, 1947, over 300 million people rejoiced as the era of the British Raj drew to an end, and two new nations arose from what had been British India. Little did they know that the ensuing months would lead to the greatest movement of people in human history,…
Last week, the Department of Defense released a report titled “2014 Climate Change: Adaptation Roadmap,” in which Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta identified resource conflicts as a key area of nations’ foreign policy in coming years. The Stanford Daily sat down with Charles Kolstad, professor of economics and international expert in environmental economics, to talk about the possibility of increased conflict as climate change intensifies.
A joint Stanford Law School-NYU School of Law report released on Monday claims that drone strikes conducted by the CIA in northern Pakistan have not made the United States notably safer.
Riffat Masood, Consul General of Pakistan in Los Angeles spoke at “US-Pakistani Relations: The Way Forward” Wednesday evening. The event focused on the current and future state of affairs between the two nations. (IAN GARCIA-DOTY/The Stanford Daily)
Fatima Bhutto, the granddaughter of former Pakistani President and Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and niece of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, spoke Wednesday evening at the Bechtel International Center.