A delegation of Chinese foreign affairs scholars led by Qin Yaqing, executive vice president of China Foreign Affairs University and vice president of the China National Association for International Studies, visited the Hoover Institution on May 26.
U.S. secretaries of state George P. Shultz and Condoleezza Rice and Stanford University president John Hennessy were among the featured speakers at a conference at the Hoover Institution on the “How and Why of Promoting Entrepreneurship Abroad.”
On May 13, the Hoover Institution Library and Archives welcomed Prince Michel de Bourbon-Parme and Princess Maria Pia of Savoy, accompanied by Hoover overseer Howard Leach, former U.S. ambassador to France.
Nicole Bacharan is a visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution and a historian and political scientist specializing in American society and French-American relations. Bacharan presented a talk titled “President Obama and Europe” on May 12 at the Hyatt in Palo Alto.
In August 1989, hundreds of East German visitors poured across the border from communist Hungary to Austria and freedom. As one of the earliest cracks in the barrier between the East and West, this milestone event foreshadowed the lifting of the Iron Curtain...
The Honorable John Howard, former prime minister of Australia, discussed the broad implications of the world-wide economic plunge when he met on April 24 with Hoover Institution fellows and Stanford faculty at the Hoover Institution.
Guity Nashat is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution and a professor of Islamic and Middle Eastern history at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Nashat presented a talk titled “The Evolving Role of Women in the Middle East” on April 14 at the Hyatt in Palo Alto.
The Hungarian visitors included Ambassador Balázs Bokor (center), consul general of Hungary in Los Angeles, and Eva E. Voisin (second from the left), honorary consul general of Hungary in San Francisco.
(Photo by Tin Tin Wisniewski/Hoover Institution Public Affairs)