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Gi-Wook Shin: Can Asia emulate Silicon Valley?

The city of Cupertino, California, is only about 15km from Stanford University, where I teach and live. It is home to the headquarters of Apple, a global leader in the computer and smartphone industries. It is also home to many Indian and Chinese ... Nikkei Asian Review, 2 weeks ago

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Why is the West dominant now, and how long will its dominance last? Will China become the next center of the world peacefully? Stanford historian Ian Morris answers these questions in an exclusive interview with China.org.cn.

Ian Morris is Jean and Rebecca Willard Professor of Classics and professor of history at Stanford University and a fellow of the Stanford Archaeology Center. He is the author of Why the West Rules For Now: The Patterns of History and What They ...
 China.org.cn1 week ago

Stanford scholars propose new strategy for dealing with North Korea

Experts from Stanford's Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center have proposed a new approach to dealing with North Korea that focuses on engagement and building confidence between the two Koreas. By Lisa Griswold Stanford researchers ...
 Stanford Report2 months ago
Huffington Post

Gi-Wook Shin: Is Engaging North Korea Still Useful?

Two weeks ago, North Korea surprised the world by sending three of its top leaders to the South to attend the closing ceremony of the 17thAsian Games in Incheon. The visit occurred in the midst of growing speculation that North Korea's young leader, ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 month ago Engaging North Korea: Calls for Leadership  Brookings Institution1 month ago How North Korea Became So Isolated  Huffington Post1 month ago How North Korea Became So Isolated The Huffington Post  MSN News1 month ago
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Asia Emerges As Center of Gravity in the International System

As Henry Kissinger and others have observed, Asia is emerging as the center of gravity in the international system. The rapid economic growth that began with Japan during the 1960s spread to South Korea, Taiwan, and Singapore in the 1970s; China in ...
 American.com1 month ago
Eurasia Review

Tackling Nuclear Terrorism In South Asia Analysis

By Feroz Hassan Khan and Emily Burke Since India and Pakistan conducted their nuclear tests in 1998, every danger associated with nuclear weapons proliferation, instability, and terrorism has been linked to the region. And despite nuclear ...
 Eurasia Review1 month ago
Events At Stanford

Sri Lanka Graduate Student Conference: Sri Lanka Otherwise? Resituating Topography and Temporality

. Location: Board Room, Stanford Humanities Center  The 2014 Sri Lanka Graduate Conference will be held on November 7th and 8th at the Center for South Asia at Stanford University. The conference is co-funded by the American Institute for ...
 Events At Stanford1 month ago
Japan Times

Like Japan, South Korea embroiled in textbook battle

SEOUL A 17-year-old Korean girl tortured to death for opposing Japanese colonial rulers nearly a century ago has become the latest touchstone of the nationalism that is shadowing Asia's economic rise. Yu Gwansun became known as Korea's Joan of ...
 Japan Times2 days ago Korean Heroine Tortured by Japan Haunts Pages of Asia's History  BusinessWeek2 days ago Japan's Relationship with South Korea  Council On Foreign Relations3 weeks ago South Korea's Ties with China, Japan, and the U.S.: Defining a New Role in a Dangerous Neighborhood  Council On Foreign Relations3 weeks ago
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Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon

A track and field story: In the summer of 2011, the sport's 13 th world championships took place in Daegu, South Korea, an industrial city of more than 2.5 million wedged into a deep valley in the southeastern corner of the country. It was not an ...
 SI.com1 week ago

Religion Update Fall 2014: From the Margins to the Center

Ahlstrom's approach hasn't entirely disappeared from the landscape of scholarly publishing on American religious history; in fact, the book is Yale's all-time bestselling backlist title in this category, with more than 60,000 copies sold in all ...
 PublishersWeekly.com1 month ago Religion Update Fall 2014: Religious History Broadens its Scope  PublishersWeekly.com1 month ago
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