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Daniel Sneider


Stanford University


Daniel Sneider is Lecturer in international policy and East Asian Studies at Stanford University. Sneider is a prominent figure in the field of United States foreign and national security policy in Asia, with a focus on Japan and Korea. Based partly in Tokyo since 2017, Sneider has been researching and writing a diplomatic history of the management of the United States security alliances with Japan and Korea during the Cold War, while continuing to teach at Stanford. Sneider is also a former Associate Director for Research at Stanford's Shorenstein Asia–Pacific Research Center where Sneider directed projects on wartime historical memory in East Asia. Sneider has Bachelor of Arts in East Asian history from Columbia University and a Master of Public Administration from Harvard's Kennedy Schools.

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