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World Association of International Studies economics, history, international, multidisciplinary, peace, political science, religious studies, security, sociology

The World Association of International Studies (WAIS), formerly the California Institute of International Studies, founded in 1965 at Stanford, is a fellowship of scholars, scientists, and others active in international affairs. WAIS provides a forum for the daily exchange of information between its members.

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Thoughtful Ideas economics, international, politics, society

Commentary on Political, Economics, and Social Developments in the United States and Around the World.

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thinkBIG Conference on International Women's Health and Human Rights conference, girl's education, health, HIV, human rights, international, reproductive health, thinkBIG, upcoming, violence against women, women

The thinkBIG conference on International Women's Health and Human Rights at Stanford University, February 1-3, 2008. On our blog, we post updates on confirmed speakers, events, meetings, and other items of possible interest. As we approach the date of the conference, there are constant developments, so check back often!

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The David Packard Life busy, food, funny, international, life, returning student, weightloss

Life as a graduate student, who came back for graduate school from work, who can't cook, who can't drive, who can't get used to having a reduced social life, no money and a roommate - all over again!

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Musings on Peace conflict resolution, education, environment, inspiration, international, mediation, non-violence, peace, personal

Musings on the ways in which peace is connected to many aspects of our lives, on how peace can be possible, and the things that inspire and give hope for peace.

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Master the New Net communications, international, new media, social media, Susan Rice Lincoln

Susan Rice Lincoln is a dynamic communications and social media specialist with unparalleled international experience. Susan truly stands apart from the crowd with straightforward, proprietary methodologies she has designed to help companies deal with the opportunities and challenges of the new Social Web.

An American who has lived in France for 20 years, Susan has worked with company giants like Ericsson, Nike and LEGO. Before launching her own company in 1994, Susan was BBDO Europe’s Communications Director in charge of 25 countries and $3 billion of business.

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La Petite Parisienne France, international, Paris, study abroad, travel

The observational journal of a Stanford junior studying abroad in Paris during Autumn 2008.

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International Health in Asia asia, china, health, international, international health, medicine, premed, service, travel, vietnam

My learnings from doing overseas medical volunteer work and field studies in Vietnam and China for the past four years as a undergraduate premedical student. Hope this will spark your interest to all the health needs I've encountered in this area.

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FSI In The World arms control, asia, asia-pacific, democracy, democratization, development, global, health, health policy, international, international policy, medicine, multidisciplinary, policy, politics, research, security

FSI In The World is a new blog about FSI scholars' activities "in the world," whether it's monitoring elections overseas, advising policymakers in Washington DC, doing field research, or reaching out through online technology.

A small group of FSI thought leaders will be posting content initial content... Check back for updates from our experts on peace and security, democracy and development, justice and human rights, global health, food security and the environment, energy, and diplomatic affairs.

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blog to end america's use of torture activism, amnesty, international, politics, torture More


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