politics

Sophomore examines how Italy became democracy after WWII

Italy, a previously fascist country, became a democracy shortly after World War II ended. That transition and the country’s 1948 election are still sources of debate, and led Stanford undergraduate Anatole Schneider to search for answers.

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Grand juries, subpoenas and gathering evidence

Stanford Law School Professor David Alan Sklansky breaks down the grand jury process and explains what Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team are doing.

Stanford scholar examines international institutions

Rising nations such as China and India are seeking to play a greater role in the world’s most influential international organizations. How these organizations accommodate rising powers is at the heart of Stanford Professor Phillip Lipscy’s new book.

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Future of the Office of Government Ethics

Stanford Law Professor Robert Gordon discusses law, ethics and ongoing questions about the president’s business ties and potential conflicts of interest with outgoing OGE Director Walter Shaub.