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Stanford’s Straub, Hecker explain North Korea’s plan to halt nuclear program

February 2012

In an agreement with Washington, Pyongyang will allow nuclear inspectors into North Korea and also receive much-needed nutritional assistance to the impoverished country.

Successful entrepreneurs respond to global trends

March 2011

"Whatever the world looks like now, it will change," said Tim Draper, founder and managing director of Draper Fisher Jurvetson, during the keynote session at the March 1 Entrepreneurship in the...

November 2007 Dispatch - Political Uncertainty Comes to Japan

November 2007

We are pleased to bring you the second article of the academic year in our series of Shorenstein APARC Dispatches.

North Korea: 4 Failures, 2 Dangers, 1 Opportunity: Is a united response possible?

October 2006

To read the seismic signal sent from an abandoned coal mine in the mountains of North Korea's coast, you must first recognize that it represents four major failures, two grave dangers, and one big...

Daniel Sneider says China's embrace of KMT leader sends message to Taiwan

April 2006

Shorenstein APARC Pantech Fellow and San Jose Mercury News foreign affairs columnist Daniel C.

At the Eye of the Storm - Mourning and Hope

March 2005

Tsunami could give Aceh, Indonesia's war-torn province, the opportunity it needs, according to APARC's Donald K. Emmerson.

Pyongyang under EU's wing

March 2005

The European Union is increasingly showing a new independent stance on foreign policy issues -- notably on North Korea -- as the logic of its industrial and economic integration plays out in the...

Not Quite the World's Silicon Valley

February 2004

APARC's Rafiq Dossani comments on offshoring U.S. jobs to India, the so-called "reverse brain drain."