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African Ambassadors Roundtable
The SAIS China Africa Research Initiative hosted a roundtable briefing on China-Africa issues for the African Ambassador community in Washington, DC.

Twenty Years After Dayton

The Center for Transatlantic Relations at Johns Hopkins SAIS hosted a conference examining the prospects for progress in reforms in Bosnia and Herzegovina to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Dayton Peace Accords. 

2015 Max M. Fisher Prize for Excellence in Teaching

Matthias Matthijs, assistant professor of International Political Economy gave a lecture on “The German Leadership Conundrum” during an event commemorating his 2015 Max M. Fisher Prize for Excellence in Teaching. 

Restructuring Finance for a New Global Economy

Bertrand Badré, managing director and World Bank Group CFO joined the Johns Hopkins SAIS community for a conversation on the reshaping of the global economy and a change in the role of banks.  

African Ambassadors Roundtable
Twenty Years After Dayton
2015 Max M. Fisher Prize for Excellence in Teaching
Restructuring Finance for a New Global Economy
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