Daniel C. Sneider, MAAssociate Director for Research
Daniel Sneider writes that relations between South Korea and Japan have noticeably deteriorated in the past few months. Sneider suggests a more active U.S. mediation role, such as appointing a special envoy or negotiating reparations, may better encourage reconciliation and normalization of relations. Read more »
Reports of Jang Song-thaek, Kim Jong Un’s uncle, execution may signal unstable regime in North KoreaShorenstein APARC, FSI Stanford, KSP News
Removal of Jang Song-thaek, North Korea's prominent figure and Kim Jong-un's uncle, may signal unstable regime lead by Kim, Shorenstein APARC experts weigh in. Read more »
Detention and release of Palo Alto retiree by North Korea prompts media interest – APARC scholars offer expertiseShorenstein APARC, FSI Stanford, KSP News
APARC's Daniel Sneider and David Straub closely followed the case of Merrill Newman, the Palo Alto grandfather detained and eventually released by North Korea. In several media interviews, the Korea experts offered their insights. Read more »
Revisionists Attempt to Turn Back Efforts to Accurately Recount Wartime HistoryShorenstein APARC News
Shorenstein APARC's Daniel Sneider, associate director for research, is quoted in the Chronicle of Higher Education on efforts by historians in Asia to prevent revisionist changes in interpretations of wartime history.
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Wartime memory formation in China and JapanShorenstein APARC News
Writing recently in Asia-Pacific Review, Daniel Sneider describes how World War II era events are depicted differently in history textbooks in China and Japan.