In a recent speech, Thomas Fingar, the Oksenberg-Rohlen Distinguished Fellow at FSI, says foreign area and language studies programs serve to train a globally competent citizenry able to address today's transnational challenges. The longevity of those programs is imperative, he says.
Thomas Fingar, the Oksenberg-Rohlen Distinguished Fellow at FSI, discusses the U.S.-China alliance in a recent Q&A with the Global Times. He says the United States often bears the brunt of costs associated with its collective security arrangements.
Twenty-four U.S. secondary school teachers gathered at Stanford to learn about Korea's history, culture and society at the Hana-Stanford Conference, co-sponsored by FSI’s Shorenstein APARC and SPICE. The conference – in its third year – aims to make Korean studies accessible to all grade levels.
Karl Eikenberry, a William J. Perry Fellow in International Security at CISAC and Shorenstein APARC Distinguished Fellow, describes U.S.-China relations in the historical context of the rise and fall of great powers, saying analysts must be critical to recognize the dissimilarities from past rivalries. His essay appears in American Review.
Three visiting fellows, Tetsuo Ishiai of Tokyo, Japan, Tejas Mehta of Mumbai, India, and Wendy (Wei) Wang of Beijing, China, spoke with Shorenstein APARC about their experience in the Corporate Affiliates Program from 2013-14.