Donald K. Emmerson, PhDDirector, Southeast Asia Forum (SEAF); Affiliated Faculty, CDDRL; Affiliated Scholar, Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies; and Senior Fellow Emeritus, FSI
Since its founding in 1999, SEAF has "brought Southeast Asia to Stanford, and Stanford to Southeast Asia" -- and it hopes to continue that mission in the years to come. Read more »
SEAF in the news: Wall Street Journal on May 12, 2013
The head of the Ahmadi Muslim sect recently visited the Los Angeles area. Donald K. Emmerson and Jeremy Menchik spoke to the Wall Street Journal about this small and often discriminated against sect of Islam. Read more »
Connecting with students to explore contemporary Southeast AsiaShorenstein APARC, SEAF News
On March 9, Donald Emmerson joined a gathering of Stanford University students for an exploration of contemporary Southeast Asia, and its place in the world. Emmerson presented the event’s closing address.
The American pivot in Southeast AsiaShorenstein APARC, SEAF Op-ed
"As much as China is front and center for the United States and Asia, the American pivot is not all about the dragon. It is also very much about the 10 member states of ASEAN," says Donald K. Emmerson in a recent opinion article.
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 »