In the Spotlight
Between Hope and Caution: One American’s View of Indonesia’s Election
Southeast Asia Program Director Don Emmerson reflects on what the fifth national election means for the twenty year old democracy.
Video Interview: Postdoctoral Fellow Ketian Zhang on Chinese Coercion and International Security
Postdoctoral Fellow in Contemporary Asia Ketian Zhang talks about her research into China’s use of coercion in foreign policy and South China Sea disputes, her fellowship experience, and what’s next for her career.
U.S.-China Business Council President Discusses the U.S.-China Trade Dispute
In the confrontation between Washington and Beijing “the trade part is incidental: it’s a technology war, not a trade war," said Ambassador Craig Allen, U.S.-China Business Council President, at APARC.
The Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center (APARC) is dedicated to the study of critical issues affecting the countries of Asia and their regional and global relations. Our scholar community is comprised of distinguished academics and practitioners in government, business, and civil society. Through policy-relevant research, publications, education, public programs, and international collaborations, we address pressing challenges in a world in which Asia plays an increasingly central role.
What We Do
Pursue and publish interdisciplinary, social science-oriented scholarship from regional and global perspectives on issues of vital importance to the economies, foreign affairs, health, politics, and societal transitions of the Asia-Pacific.
Support the next generation of Asia experts by offering fellowship and training opportunities to academics and practitioners, teaching Stanford courses, and bringing Asia-Pacific topics into high school and community college classrooms.
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Illuminate Asia-Pacific-focused, policy-relevant problems and solutions and strengthen cooperation between counterparts in the United States and Asia by providing expert analysis, thought leadership, and constructive interaction.
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