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Get a taste (or a feast) of curated intellectual content from Stanford+Connects events and the Stanford community at large. Browse our constantly updated top picks of Stanford-related articles, videos, photos and podcasts, all summarized and tagged to make it easy for you to hone in on whatever interests you most.

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  • In the 1700s, how did one create a social network? Professor Caroline Winterer explores how Ben Franklin extended his social network and became one of the most famous Americans of all time.

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  • Professor Michael McFaul attempts to shed light on a complex issue in a quick crash course on U.S. foreign policy. He draws on his government experience and academic research to demonstrate how the main divide is not between political parties, but instead lies within the political parties.

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  • Alumnus Josh Freedman reflects on his two years of living Beijing, drawing comparisons between his first year at Stanford and in learning more about Chinese culture and society.

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  • To stay competitive in the global marketplace, all countries hope to attract the best and the brightest talent. Professor Shin examines how Korea compares to other countries and suggests possibilities for its ranking, as well as what the future holds for maintaining top talent.

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Stanford+Connects was a 16-city event tour that helped alumni re-experience Stanford (minus the midterms), multiply their networks and stretch their brain in infinite ways.