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German Chancellor stresses international cooperation

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"Freedom and solidarity and partnership belong together," Merkel told a capacity crowd at Stanford's Dinkelspiel Auditorium on Thursday after being introduced by President Emeritus Gerhard Casper. "They must be indivisible for us to be able to master the challenges ahead."

Journalist Danner discusses 'torture and the forever war'

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In a post 9/11 government, anything goes – even torture. So says journalist Mark Danner, who spoke Wednesday night as part of Stanford’s annual Tanner Lectures. He argued that our government is in an endless “state of exception,” an altered state of government in which torture is legal.

Vice Provost Patricia Jones to return to teaching next year

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After more than a decade as vice provost for faculty development and diversity, Patricia Jones is stepping down and returning to her full-time faculty position in biology, Provost John Etchemendy announced at Thursday's Faculty Senate meeting, which focused primarily on faculty gains and losses.

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