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John Lipsky Says World Growth Has Been Too Slow Bloomberg 4/20/2017
How to Defuse the Crisis With North Korea New York Times 4/19/2017
Why the Russians Aren’t Likely to Break With Assad The Atlantic 4/11/2017
Syria Will Not Survive Conflict Between Russia And The United States The Huffington Post 4/14/2017 
Iran’s Next Supreme Leader: The Islamic Republic After Khamenei Foreign Affairs 4/9/2017 


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SAIS Europe Seminar Series
Steffen Hertog of the London School of Economics joined SAIS Europe for a discussion on the Engineers of Jihad. Read More »
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News: Global Growth
Johns Hopkins SAIS Foreign Policy Institute Senior Fellow John Lipsky joined Bloomberg News to offer insight on the impact of geopolitics on global growth and IMF forecasts. Read More »
News: Turkish-Iraq relations
Johns Hopkins SAIS Foreign Policy Institute Fellow Abbas Kadhim comments on escalating tensions between Turkey and Iraq following the IS capture of Mosul. Read More »
News: The Fourth Industrial Revolution
“Data is the fuel of the new economy and big data is its engine” BBVA Executive Board Director José Manuel González-Páramo told the Johns Hopkins SAIS community during a discussion at the school. Read More »
News: The President's Credibility
In times of crisis, credibility is an American president’s most valuable currency, Johns Hopkins SAIS Scholar Antony Blinken writes in an op-ed for The New York Times. Read More »
News: North Korea
Senior Fellow at the Johns Hopkins SAIS US-Korea Institute Joel Wit joined NPR's Up First podcast on Tuesday, April 25 to discuss North Korea's recent provocations. Read More »