Karl EikenberryWilliam J. Perry Fellow in International Security at CISAC, CDDRL, TEC, and Shorenstein APARC Distinguished Fellow; and Former U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan and Retired U.S. Army Lt. General
CISAC, FSI Stanford, CDDRL News
Afghanistan: The New Forgotten War. Stanford scholars and military experts talk about lessons learned and what to expect after the 12-year war finally comes to an end.
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CDDRL in the news
On March 2, the Stanford Association for International Development held their annual conference exploring the role of women in international development. Co-sponsored by CDDRL, the event featured a keynote address by Nancy Lindborg, the assistant administrator for the Bureau for Democracy, Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance to the United States Agency for International Development. Read more »
CISAC, FSI Stanford in the news: The Washington Quarterly on December 18, 2012
Karl Eikenberry, former ambassador to Afghanistan and retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General, argues that the American all-volunteer military force has had some negative consequences that warrant discussion by policymakers. Read more »
Shorenstein APARC, FSI Stanford, SEAF News
Fresh off his re-election victory, Barack Obama -- the "Pacific President" -- became the first president to visit Myanmar and Cambodia when he traveled to the Southeast Asian countries in November. Eight Shorenstein APARC scholars discussed reactions to the election in Asia, and possible directions for U.S.-Asia relations and foreign policy. Read more »
Ideas, issues and interests in U.S.-Asia relationsShorenstein APARC, SEAF Announcement
How will the outcome of the U.S. presidential election, China's leadership transition, and other upcoming power transfers in Asia impact U.S.-Asia relations and issues within the Asia-Pacific region? On November 15, Michael H. Armacost, Karl Eikenberry, and Thomas Fingar discussed this and related questions during a roundtable panel at the National University of Singapore.