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Every summer since 2005, a highly select group of international leaders travels to Stanford to participate in the Draper Hills Summer Fellowship on Democracy and Development at the Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law.

I never imagined that a bowl of salad could throw out so many questions on the table until I met with Matt Rothe, Sustainable Food Program Manager at the Stanford Dining Services. Where are these tomatoes coming from? How were they grown?

A lecturer at Stanford Law School since 2007, Professor Mei Gechlik is the Director of the China Guiding Cases Project, an initiative that “aims to advance knowledge and understanding of Chinese law and to enable judges and leg

Why is it that society seems enamored of beautiful objects? No matter the time or the place, each culture has used the materials available to it to create beautiful objects, either for utilitarian purposes, decorative purposes and even courting purposes.

A woman dies of cervical cancer every two minutes worldwide, claiming nearly a quarter of a million women every year. The disease affects an estimated 500,000 women annually.

Recently the Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the Stanford Graduate School of Business hosted the 4th annual Stanford Project on Japanese Entrepreneurship (STAJE) conference on Apr. 26-27.

My name is Tumukunde! I have no name, I have no parents. I’m a street boy. I’m probably 11 years old. People say I’m a little big for 11, but I do not really know my age. I don’t know where I am from, where I was born.

Established under the auspices of the Office of the Vice Provost and Dean of Research, the Office of International Affairs (OIA) provides a centralized location for international related services to faculty and students.

Few issues have broader global implications than environmental sustainability.

With a population of 1.21 billion people (2011 census), India is currently the second most populous country behind China. However, according to the IDA (International Database) at the US Census Bureau, India is expected to surpass China as the most populous country in the world by 2025.