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April 4th, 2014

Nationalism clouds WWII memories in Asia, says Stanford scholar

Shorenstein APARC, FSI Stanford News

In a new co-edited volume, Gi-Wook Shin and Daniel Sneider of FSI’s Shorenstein APARC and Daniel Chirot of the University of Washington compare the historical legacy of the Second World War in the Asian and European theaters. They provide unique, timely insight on the lasting influence of that wartime period, exploring the depth of its effects on contemporary attitudes and geopolitics. Read more »



March 11th, 2014

Burmese journalist critically examines Myanmar’s reforms, receives award at Stanford

Shorenstein APARC News

Aung Zaw, founding editor of The Irrawaddy newsmagazine, received the 2013 Shorenstein Journalism Award on March 6 and joined a panel of experts to consider Myanmar’s democratic transition. +PDF+ transcript available
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January 27th, 2014

Faculty Spotlight: Gi-Wook Shin

Shorenstein APARC Q&A

Gi-Wook Shin reflects on his 13 years at Stanford and talks on his current course, research collaboration, and the year ahead at Shorenstein APARC. Read more »



January 14th, 2014

Aung Zaw named 2013 Shorenstein Journalism Award recipient

Shorenstein APARC Press Release

Shorenstein APARC is pleased to announce Aung Zaw as the 2013 recipient of the Shorenstein Journalism Award. Zaw has been selected for his leadership in establishing independent media in Myanmar (Burma) and his dedication to integrity in reporting on Southeast Asia. Read more »



January 7th, 2014

Japan-Korea Relations: Time for U.S. Intervention?

Shorenstein APARC Op-ed: National Bureau of Asian Research on January 6, 2014

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 »




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Japan in a Post 3/11 World
Daniel Sneider: After a triple crisis, Japan’s politics are in gridlock over nuclear power
October 7, 2011 in Asia Sentinel

North Korea set to indict US Christian accused of proselytizing
“The evangelical community is incredibly active with regard to North Korea,” says Daniel Sneider, associate director for research of the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific program at Stanford University. “Christian evangelists have been going to the border areas, working in China."
April 14, 2011 in Christian Science Monitor

Herhold: Ambassador from Silicon Valley negotiates the storm in Japan
"Roos has been trying to do two things," says Daniel Sneider, the associate director for research at the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford (and a former Mercury News writer and editor). "One is to communicate the U.S. commitment and support for the Japanese. At the same time, he's trying to reassure Americans who are living in Japan that the embassy is looking after their interests."
March 20, 2011 in San Jose Mercury News

Q&A: Stanford's Emmerson on Obama's upcoming trip to Asia
Emmerson also will join three other Stanford scholars — Thomas Fingar, Daniel Sneider and David Straub — for a panel discussion on Obama's tour.
October 25, 2010 in Stanford Report

Kim's Son Elevated Before Meeting
Daniel C. Sneider, associate director for research of the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford, said, "At the very least, the last year ...
September 28, 2010 in New York Times

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