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Blaydes
Mar 29 2018 | Clifton B. Parker, Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, Research
When Stanford scholar Lisa Blaydes decided to write a book on Saddam Hussein’s regime in Iraq, she turned to one of most comprehensive collection on the subject – the Ba’ath Party Archives at the Hoover Institution.
Engstrom and Weinstein
Mar 26 2018 | Melissa De Witte, Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, Research
As California and other states and cities act on their own on the international stage, Stanford scholars explore how these sub-federal actors are shifting the laws that would otherwise limit their state authority in foreign affairs. California – the country’s most populous state and the world’s...
Japsimran in India
Feb 21 2018 | Posted In: Global Perspectives Blog, Research, Students
With co-sponsorship by the Center for South Asia and the WSD Handa Center for Human Rights & International Justice, Stanford student Japsimran Kaur, ’18, spent her summer working with a team of Stanford researchers in Gujarat, India. Stanford Global Studies colleagues Sangeeta Mediratta,...
Jeremy Weinstein
Feb 12 2018 | Foreign Policy | Posted In: Media, Research
Instead of closing resettlement offices and blocking the entry of people from war-ravaged countries, the United States should maintain its historical commitments, write Stanford Global Studies Director Jeremy Weinstein and Dartmouth's Jeremy Ferwerda in Foreign Policy.
Emma Puighermanal (front right) with Dr. Jun Ding (front left) and fellow researchers.
Feb 1 2018 | Posted In: Global Perspectives Blog, Research
As a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Functional Genomics in Montpellier, France, Emma Puighermanal works on how an important brain structure called the striatum controls behavior. Dysfunction in the striatum is associated with multiple neurological and psychiatric disorders including...

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