Daniel C. Sneider, MAAssociate Director for Research
Cautious optimism over return of Japan's conservative partyShorenstein APARC News
Amidst optimism about the return to power of Japan's conservative Liberal Democratic Party, there is also cause for caution, says Daniel Sneider.
Google CEO visits North KoreaShorenstein APARC in the news: San Jose Mercury News on January 3, 2013
As North Korea observers puzzled over Google CEO Eric Schmidt's plan to visit the country, Daniel Sneider commented on the possible reasons and implications for the trip.
Shorenstein APARC, FSI Stanford, KSP Q&A
Park Geun-hye was sworn in as South Korea's president on Feb. 25, becoming the first woman to hold the position and the first top female leader of a Northeast Asian country. Read more »
Shorenstein APARC, FSI Stanford News
The Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center has named Los Angeles Times Beijing bureau chief Barbara Demick winner of the 2012 Shorenstein Journalism Award. Demick was selected for her innovative and extraordinarily sensitive reporting on Northeast Asia over the past decade. Read more »
In lead-up to election, former Japanese PM promoting revisionist agendaShorenstein APARC in the news: The Telegraph on December 9, 2012
Many consider Japan's former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to have a good chance of winning the country's December 16 general election. Daniel Sneider spoke recently to the Telegraph about the revisionist agenda Abe has been promoting during his campaign.