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Nov 7 2016 | The Stanford Daily | Posted In: Faculty, Students
PS 275: “U.N. Habitat III: Bridging Cities and Nations to Tackle Urban Development” is housed in the international policy studies program and offers students the opportunity to explore sustainable urban development strategies. The class studies Habitat III, a week-long United Nations conference on...
Oct 25 2016 | The New York Times | Posted In: Faculty
The Director of the International Policy Studies program debates the Wilson Center's Matthew Rojansky over whether the U.S. should try to deal more closely with Russia, as Republican Presidential candidate Donal Trump .
Oct 20 2016 | By Sarah Pfledderer | GPS News | Posted In: Students
Exploring what is most important Zaira Razu is not one to take a subdued approach to her research, or pursue a topic “just because.”  Rather, she narrows in on the most-timely and policy-relevant issues facing our world today, no matter how laborious the analysis might be—consider poring over 15...
Oct 14 2016 | Posted In: Faculty, Students
Hacking for Diplomacy is a new course from Stanford’s International Policy Studies program and  the Management Science and Engineering department that is being offfered for the first time in the Fall of 2016.
Sep 15 2016 | Stanford Global Studies | Posted In: Faculty
SGS is pleased to welcome Jeremy M. Weinstein, Professor of Political Science, as the new Sakurako and William Fisher Family Director of the Stanford Global Studies Division.

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