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  • Gain a Career Building-Edge

    We are still accepting applications to the Master of International Public Policy and Master of Arts in Global Policy Programs. Apply today to advance your expertise and internationally-focused career through a degree designed for experienced professionals. 

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  • Zones of Influence

    Deborah Bräutigam, director of the International Development Program and China-Africa Research Initiative has been featured in a video by The Economist on China’s economic model in Africa. View Video

  • Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge

    Students from Johns Hopkins SAIS were among the top 10 finalist teams in Morgan Stanley’s annual Sustainable Investing Challenge. The team was selected to pitch their investment proposal "Global Agricultural Insurance for All" on April 15 in Hong Kong, before a panel of judges. Learn more about their project. 

  • The Hopkins-Nanjing Center 30th Anniversary Celebration

    Gather with fellow HNC, Johns Hopkins SAIS, and JHU alumni for a fabulous celebration of the upcoming Hopkins-Nanjing Center 30th anniversary.

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SAIS Europe Seminars
Raymond Hinnebusch Explained War in the Middle East: Deploying Waltz's Three Levels of Analysis. See Seminar Report »
Make the Most of Your Summer at Johns Hopkins SAIS
Advance your career in international relations by enrolling in the Summer Program today. Read More »
Latin American Studies Professors Riordan Roett and Guadalupe Paz have published a new book that examines how an evolving relationship with China and India is changing Latin America's political and economic dynamics. Read More »
News: US Relations with Saudi Arabia
Can President Obama smooth relations with Saudi Arabia? Dean Vali Nasr joined CNN International to offer insight on rising tensions between the two countries. Read More »
News: US Hiroshima Visit
A visit by President Obama to Hiroshima would have symbolic significance, but the potential geopolitical implications of such a move make it a difficult choice, Professor Kent Calder tells the Nikkei in an interview on the upcoming US visit. Read More »
News: NATO’s Southern Exposure
If NATO fails to define a strategy for its southern challenges, it could slip into strategic irrelevance, writes Professor Christopher S. Chivvis in an article for Foreign Affairs. Read More »
News: Canadian Resource Caution or Complacency?
Professor Christopher Sands, director of the Canadian Studies program writes on whether Canada is at risk of letting caution slip into complacency about its energy wealth. Read More »